Read the stories of female authors and get revved up to write your own book.
These authors cover a wide range of genres — from romance to self-help to literary to children’s and everything in-between. Some started writing in their teens. Others were into their fifties and sixties before their story shook them into submission. Some write full-time while others squeeze their creative writing into the cracks of time in otherwise busy lives.
They are different in so many ways, but they all share one thing in common: a determination to tell their stories and never, ever have the regret of thinking, “I wish I’d written that book I’d spent so many years imagining.”
These stories are meant to help you rev up your writing and inspire you to picture yourself, and your own writer’s journey, on this page with them.
Award-winning author of humorous crime novels shares her thoughts on how not to have to rewrite a story too many times.read more
Self-published author of suspense/thrillers encourages writers to ignore anyone who suggests you’re not really a writer.read more
Author of the fantasy novel, The Orchid Keeper, shares how she avoids angering her muse.read more
Award-winning author of Mother Teresa’s Advice for Jilted Lovers talks about how love and anger fuel her writing.read more
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