Anne Randolph inspires, motivates and entertains authors as she helps bring out your best writing. Whether you participate in the safe environment of a class, take a private session, or even write from home, her unique teaching style helps unlock your creativity in ways you never thought possible. You’ll be surprised at how easily you create. As the “Writing Muse”, Anne inspires writers to find the courage, craft and creativity to write the story of your life!
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I had a blast sharing my Sweet Home Alabama post that appeared a few days ago. Since then, several readers have asked me to share fun facts about myself. You won't find some of these in my official author bio. Ten Things Few People Know about Montgomery,…Read More
Many readers aren't aware that fiction writers do research for their books, sometimes more than authors of nonfiction. I was raised in Montgomery, Alabama, where my forthcoming Southern Gothic novel, SWEET BYE AND BYE, takes place in 1945. But I didn…Read More
Ready to get started on your next writing project, but just need a little nudge? If you’ve been looking for inspiration in all the wrong places, check out this link to 31 Ways To Find Inspiration (thanks to the brilliant folks at Write To Done for this …Read More
The Sweet Not Enough has been chosen as one of the semi-finalists for the Eludia Award. The Eludia Award is offered to a woman writer for her first book-length work of fiction—either a novel or a collection of stories. Read the announcement at th…Read More
We know that committing to write every day is an important discipline, but where to find the motivation? Richard Hugo House, a Seattle-based nonprofit has a solution which encourages writing and helps support this haven for writers at the same time. Its 3…Read More
It seems we have entered awards season in the literary world. Stories Gathered at the Kitchen Table is a CIPA EVVY Awards Book Competition Finalist! I am so proud of the accomplishments of all of the writers involved with this project. They all speak from…Read More
It’s beach-reading season – so what is in your book bag (or on your Kindle) this summer? Many people have been reading John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars,” although not everyone will admit it. What are your thoughts on adults reading Young Adu…Read More
One of the keys to successfully writing your life story is being honest. Readers will know if you aren’t and as a result you will lose them. Esteemed sportswriter Rick Reilly recently published his final column after decades of writing. His wry, edgy st…Read More
It's an exciting time when you are ready to share your book with the world - but it can be daunting to know how to begin. Following are a few tips to get started: 1. First, be cautious about giving the book away. It sound like a good thing, but peopl…Read More
It’s been over 20 years since President George Bush emerged from a supermarket trade show amazed by barcode technology. Although new at the time, barcodes are so commonplace now that everything has them - including self-published books! They are easy to…Read More