Hi all, LABrashear and me have been writing responses to the book: The 3 AM Epiphany by Brian Kiteley. The book includes more than 200 writing challenges to help unlock your fiction writing potential. It is available on Amazon for about $15.00. If you are interested, let us know. We would like to see other perspectives and also include links to others' writings in our hubs.
LABrashear wrote a great overview of the book if you check out her profile. Both of us have posted responses that give you an idea of the first 10 or so challenges. Check them out and see if you may be interested in joining us!
Thank you for your possible interest.
Thanks Shell! I am going to try to get back to it. (I know I keep saying that! But I promise to try!) Thanks again for starting the forum!
This sounds great. I will definitely have to check out the book. I think I am interested in joining.
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