Be on the lookout Tuesday. There will be a very interesting (and exciting, for me) blog post that day. So fun having secrets that I can’t wait to share! The secret project has been keeping me very busy, but I hope you all have had a relaxing and fun weekend. In case you’d like to …

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Well, October is getting ready to shift over and make room for November (otherwise known as NaNoWriMo month for those participating). It’s almost dark now when I get home from work and the cold air has finally settled in for the season. I have to admit I’m one of those crazy people who thrives in …

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Fall is in full swing here in New Jersey. The leaves are at peak or just past it and I’m starting to feel that tug to burrow into someplace warm with a good book. :) But my work here at LSQ beckons, too, and so I’m rounding up this week’s posts for your enjoyment. (Don’t …

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After a week off, I’m back with your recap (which you can get via email!) of the great stuff I’ve had the pleasure of sharing with you this week. I’ll briefly recap the posts from last week as well, because there were no slouches in the batch! So, last week, Cathrin Hagey explored the long …

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Hi everyone, I’m back again with more great stuff we posted this week and a couple reminders. We are indeed open for submissions for our March issue! You can read all the details on the submissions page. Additionally, I’ll be closing the applications for our volunteer positions later this week, so if you’ve thought about …

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LSQ has had a great week behind the scenes (shhhhh!) and also out in the world. While I can’t tell you about the behind the scenes stuff yet, I do want to thank K. Tempest Bradford, who has been spotlighting stories from the latest issue of LSQ in her weekly column on iO9. You can find …

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Another week and autumn is beginning to make itself known here in the North East. The light is shifting just a bit, there are a few leaves on the ground, though the days are still warm and the corn still fresh and sweet. I hope you all are enjoying the weekend, and I’m here to …

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For those of you in the States, hope you’re having a lovely Labor Day weekend! For everyone else, Happy Saturday! I’m just dropping in to give you all something to read while you’re winding down from your busy week. We started off this week with Jan Stinchcomb’s review of the intriguing new fairy tale anthology, …

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Time for another weekly wrap-up. This week really flew by for me, how about you? If you’re looking for something to read today, I have a few recommendations. Judith Field takes us on her unique personal writing journey with “How I Started to Write“. KC Maguire gives us a review of A.M. Jenkins’s “Night Road“, …

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Hope everyone is having a great weekend! Here’s a wrap up of our posts from last week. Great stuff to read on a Sunday afternoon. :) The week started off with Elizabeth Sharp McKetta giving us some tips on “Freewriting“. Kristen Julia Anderson talked about her experience as a new D&D player in “Dungeons and Dragons …

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