OCT
16
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10 Years! Birthday Bash & Salon

SG_blog_inspirationLast Saturday, we threw a 10-year-old’s birthday party for adults, celebrating Sexy Grammar’s 10th year serving inspired and sexy writers. Party goers sipped strawberry punch and indulged in chocolate cake while they applauded and blew horns for nine generous and talented writers. Their original songs, poetry, essays, and stories inspired the enthusiastic and adoring crowd. And they all went home with writing secrets in their pockets and silly hats on their heads.   So the Sexy Grammar B......
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OCT
08
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MAY
08
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Your Secrets Are Safe With Us: The Sexy Grammar Confidentiality Policy

Don't worry. I see books in their underwear all the time. I work with many creative projects in their infancy and assure confidentiality for writers in the Sexy Grammar community by: keeping files you share with me and all our electronic interaction password protected, and shredding printed work when we're done with it, and never discussing your ideas or projects with anyone. That's it. Sexy Grammar creates private space so your juiciest ideas can get naked with your most inspired ......
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MAR
01
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Love Salon & Sexy Grammar Week

Life's a party at Sexy Grammar lately. Just a couple weeks ago, we celebrated our 10th year in business with the first of four salons planned for 2013. And next week, we're celebrating the 4th annual Sexy Grammar Week, an occasion for nominating honorary Sexy Grammarians. Entrepreneurs Erinn Terry & Vicki Olds enjoy brunch and poetry. The Sexy Grammarian & Blogger Raeme The Love Salon & Brunch on Sunday, February 17 gathered a crowd of writers, entrepreneurs, academics, Sexy......
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DEC
03
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WriMo Wrap-Up

I've done it again. This November, for the the fifth year in a row, I tackled the reckless and wild writing challenge known lovingly across the Internet as NaNoWriMo. And for the fifth year in a row, I rise victorious in December, another 50,000-word manuscript on my desk and ripe for revising. And I've got good news: it was easier the fifth time! It was so much easier, that I did things a lot differently this time around. Here are a five ways I changed it up for NaNoWriMo 2012: I too......
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