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Writing Tips from Autumn by Guest Sharon Farrow

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Thankful for our Readers Giveaway: Guest Sharon Farrow is here celebrating the release of her latest Berry Basket Mystery, Blackbird Burial. She’s giving away a copy to one lucky commenter below.

I love autumn so much that I chose to be born on Halloween, although my parents insist on taking full credit for this. And I don’t think there is a single thing I don’t like about the season, other than it leads directly into winter. Even that prospect can’t curb my delight in the blazing foliage, cider mill visits, and gently cooling temperatures. After many years spent savoring the delights of fall, I’ve realized my favorite season has life lessons to impart about letting go and embracing change. These lessons can also be applied to writing, especially the writing of a mystery series. So here are a few helpful tips inspired by autumn.

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2 thoughts on “Writing Tips from Autumn by Guest Sharon Farrow

  1. Thank you for sharing Sharon Farrow and her latest book on your blog. I love the cover and would definitely stop to check out this book. robeader53(at)yahoo(dot)com

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