1. Authors, are you stumped on titles and character development? I can help — because of my own mistakes

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    I've revitalized my three mysteries, but if only I knew what that would involve. Maybe I can help you avoid my own mistakes is you anticipate a future you can't fully know.

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    • Edita Kaye - Ways to Improve Your Writing

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      Edita Kaye, published author, shares with you simple tricks to help get your writing up to par with professionals so you can excel in your career.

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      • Interview with Jen Grisanti - International Speaker | Story / Career Consultant | Blogger Huffington Post | Author |

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        FULL INTERVIEW: WITH INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER JEN GRISANTI – ACCLAIMED STORY / CAREER CONSULTANT AT JEN GRISANTI CONSULTANCY INC., BLOGGER FOR THE HUFFINGTON POST & AUTHOR Jen Grisanti is a Story Consultant, Independent Producer, Writing Instructor for NBC’s Writers on the Verge, Blogger for The Huffington Post and author of the books, Story Line: Finding the Gold In Your Life Story, TV Writing Tool Kit and Change Your Story, Change Your Life: A Path To Your Success. A former assistant to Aaron Spelling, Grisanti climbed the ranks and eventually ran Current Programs at Spelling Television Inc., covering all of Spelling’s shows including Beverly Hills, 90210, and Charmed. In 2004, Jen was promoted to Vice President of Current Programs at CBS/Paramount where she covered shows including Medium, Numb3rs, and NCIS. In 2008, she launched her own consultancy firm, and with her consultancy she helps talented writers break into the industry, she’s also a writing instructor for NBC’s Writers on the Verge. This year alone, she’s participating in The Big Island Film Festival, The TV Writers’ Summit, The Story Expo, Comic Con, Wonder Con, and The Great American Pitchfest. Grisanti started her career as an assistant to Aaron Spelling 15 years ago. Aaron was her mentor for the next 12 years as she climbed the ranks and eventually ran Current Programs at Spelling Television Inc., covering all of Spelling’s shows including Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place and Charmed. In 2004, Jen was promoted to Vice President of Current Programs at CBS/Paramount where she covered shows including Medium, Numbers, NCIS, 4400 and Girlfriends. While at CBS/Paramount, she served as a mentor in the CBS Diversity Program, which seeks out and nurtures young writers and directors. In January 2008, Grisanti started Jen Grisanti Consultancy Inc., a highly successful consulting firm dedicated to helping talented writers break into the industry. Drawing on her experience as a studio executive where she gave daily notes to executive producers/showrunners, Grisanti personally guides writers to shape their material, hone their pitches and focus their careers. Since launching the consulting firm, Grisanti has worked with over 700 writers specializing in television, features and novels. Jen meets writers who are interested in her services for a free initial half hour consult that can be done in person or on the phone.

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        • Musikalis Introduction

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          Pandora's box for music, movies, books and writer. Explore, discover, enjoy and share good music, movies, writers and books! Remember them forever! https://www.musikalis.com/

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          • 50 years of ANU Creative Arts Fellows, 1965-2015

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            This dazzling video, showcasing 50 years of ANU Creative Arts Fellows, was made by Gabriela Vayas Rodriguez, an ANU Masters student and digital artist. The H.C. Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship was established in 1964 at the instigation of Dr H.C. Coombs, ANU Pro-Chancellor at the time, to encourage creative work in the arts in Australia. Fellowships were filled by invitation rather than by public advertisement, and fellows selected by the Vice-Chancellor in consultation with an advisory committee. It was hoped other Australian Universities would follow the ANU example and establish similar schemes for the encouragement of creative artists. The fellowship has supported prominent Australian artists such as Judith Wright, John Perceval, Arthur Boyd, Fiona Hall and Robyn Davidson. The invited fellowships are offered to visual and performing artists and writers on a rotation basis. From its inception, the term creative artist was interpreted quite loosely, musicians and architects being initially the only definite exclusions, and during the course of the fellowship the University has hosted musicians such as Don Burrows, Don Banks, Judith Clingan, George Golla, George Dreyfus, film maker Arthur Cantrell and writers Alan Gould, Rodney Hall, Xavier Herbert, Christina Stead, Penny Tweedie and Clive Scollay. Visual artists have included painters, ceramists, printmakers, sculptors, tapestry-weavers, graphic-designers and artists interested in the use of computers, scientific equipment and techniques in artistic creation.

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            • Late Bloomer

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              This is episode 1 of The Kate Show called, "Late Bloomer". In a black and white world Kate Bowyer finds being a late bloomer (when it comes to her dreams) is not such a bad thing. She finds herself in good company with other late bloomers and shares her notes about these authors within their own books at the library. Follow her escapades in this short episode as she secretly moves throughout the library.

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              • Late Bloomer

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                This is episode 1 of The Kate Show called, "Late Bloomer". In a black and white world Kate Bowyer finds being a late bloomer (when it comes to her dreams) is not such a bad thing. She finds herself in good company with other late bloomers and shares her notes about these authors within their own books at the library. Follow her escapades in this short episode as she secretly moves throughout the library.

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                • Rosemont Writers' Retreat: Writers & Readers Series with Tawni Waters & Carla Spataro

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                  Rosemont Writers' Retreat: Writers & Readers Series with Tawni Waters, author & Carla Spataro, Director, Creative Writing Program, Rosemont College. Music credit: "Isolated" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Comons: By Attribution 3.0. MainLineTV

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                  • Rosemont Writers' Retreat: Writers & Readers Series with Curtis Smith & Carla Spataro

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                    Rosemont Writers' Retreat: Writers & Readers Series with Curtis Smith, author & Carla Spataro, Director, Creative Writing Program, Rosemont College. Music credit: "Isolated" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Comons: By Attribution 3.0. MainLineTV

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