From The Editor

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #012.

Well, here we are. Who would have ever thought we’d find ourselves in this situation? All I can think of is the 2011 film Contagion, and I can’t help but wonder how prophetic that film will actually become by the end of this coronavirus scare.

In the meantime, I will continue to be your source of writing tips, tricks, and suggestions. I hope that all is well in your household, and that you haven’t been personally affected by this outbreak.

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Until next time,

QJ


The Writer’s Everything

This article, as well as many others, have been featured in previous issues of my writing journal, The Writer’s Everything, in which I, along with occasional guest contributors, provide essays, guides, encouragement, motivation, writing prompts, character bio development kits, and anything else that can help you turn your dream of becoming a writer into a reality.


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