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Born in Altoona, Pennsylvania with her heart in Lexington, Kentucky, she lives at Crescent Moon Kennels, PA with her fur brats. Bailey, a Pushcart Prize Nominee, writes Women’s Fiction, short stories, poetry, non-fiction, and a weekly column for Five 2 One Magazine. Telling For Authors Who Struggle To Decipher The Difference Most authors have heard the advice: Show! That advice is some of the most common advice given to writers, in critique groups, by editors, by beta readers.
Suddenly, what seemed clear cut advice is no longer clear and they are no longer sure how to tell the difference.
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Nora Roberts may have the occasional head hop as head hops are sneaky, insidious, and creep in when you’re not looking. But by and large the point of view shifts that get Nora her reputation for head hopping aren’t really head hops at all.
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