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You can get an AUTOGRAPHED copy of any of the Home Fire books by completing the attached  order form and mailing it along with your payment to:
Nancy Ann Books
PO Box 47392
Plymouth, MN 55447

Home Fire:  The Journey Home  is now on  Amazon!

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Congratulations to Rhonda F.!  She is the winner of December's giveaway
Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims
by Rush Limbaugh

Go to the Fun and Giveaways page to enter to win 
January's giveaway:

Treasure Hunters (Book 1)
by James Patterson




Writer’s Workout

 

The Writer’s Market

By Nancy Ann

 

            If you are still trying to pinpoint and define your 2016 goals, and you know that they involve writing and getting published, consider buying a copy of the 2016 Writer’s Market.  This large book is hailed as the “most trusted guide to getting published”. 

            The 800+ page resource will provide aspiring writers with thousands of listings of publishing opportunities.  From book publishers to contests or awards, the Writer’s Market is an organized compilation of very helpful information.

            Beyond the listings, you will find great tips on making it as a freelancer, building relationships with publishers, query letter samples, and much more!

            Every writer should buy at least one hard copy of the Writer’s Market at some point in his career. 

Home Fire:  The Big Year
is now available at
BUFFALO BOOKS AND COFFEE
in downtown Buffalo, MN!

Nancy’s Notes

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

By Nancy Ann

 

            Here we go!  A brand new year that offers a starting point for achieving goals and dreams.  To me, it’s exciting to know that I’m going to be working on new and different projects.  This year, I will again focus on my With All Due Respect project, as well as working on a couple of books.  Of course, I have a myriad of smaller projects and goals, but WADR and the two books are my primary focus.

            My to-do notebook is mapped out for the first week of January, and by January 7, 2016, it will be mapped out for the second week.  This will continue on until the last week of 2016.  It’s my way of keeping myself accountable.  For me, this method works very well; and has for years.

            If you find yourself juggling tasks or forgetting to do things, start a to-do notebook.  Jot down any given assignments and/or tasks that need to be done so that you can work toward your goals and cross them off as you complete them.

            It doesn’t take much time, and each time you cross something off your list you will get a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment.

            TIP:  Be realistic.  Make sure you are allowing sufficient time to complete your daily list.

THE WITH ALL DUE RESPECT PROJECT

FEEL FREE TO PRINT OUT OR SHARE THE GUIDELINES FOR THE With All Due Respect project WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS!

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