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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Summer afternoon – summer afternoon, to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language. - Henry James The summer solstice is upon us, and with it the longest day of the year. What will you do with the extra daylight? W…Read More
In my recent blog post, I shared many of my favorite things about the great state of Alabama, where I was born and raised. Many famous writers hail from Alabama, including Fannie Flagg, Truman Capote and his childhood friend Harper Lee. Lee’s forthcom…Read More
As a writer, would you rather adapt an existing work for the big screen, or start from scratch? Each task probably uses a different set of writing muscles. Whether it’s creating the screenplay for “The Theory of Everything” from Jane Wilde’s memo…Read More
SWEET BYE AND BYE by Anne Randolph (previously titled The Sweet Not Enough) won Honorable Mention in The Writers' Workshop (Asheville, NC) Literary Fiction Contest. We found your story to be interesting and “page-turning”. We hope to see more of…Read More
Join members of the Kitchen Table Writing group for a Book Signing and Reading from the award winning memoir, Stories Gathered at the Kitchen Table: A Collection of Women’s Memoirs at Tattered Cover on Colfax, Monday January 19, 2015 at 7:00 pm. "Raw…Read More
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 (now titled Sweet Bye and Bye) 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 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