Author Archives: Julie Wright

A Curse by Any Other Name

I admit it. I am a cusser. Cleaning up my language has been on my New Year’s resolutions list for the last two decades but has seen little in the way of improvement. My husband doesn’t swear. Never. He makes … Continue reading

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Loving What You Do

Several years ago, I went a long period of no writing. I had a book I was working on–something I was sure my publisher would love, something I knew I’d get good reviews on, but I couldn’t make myself work … Continue reading

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I am a Writer

I watched a movie last year—Eat Pray Love with Julia Roberts. It wasn’t a great movie, but aside from the slow pacing and lack of real plot or character growth—there was a line in there that completely bugged me. To … Continue reading

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The LDS Writing Mafia

By Julie Wright Dave Wolverton (Farland to those who know him by that name) sent out a “daily kick” yesterday that talks about Mormons and the writing community. It was a fun look at the LDS writing community and what … Continue reading

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The Populist’s Soapbox

This is my first post for the AML, and as I was considering what I might write, a glorious revelation came to me. I can write about ANYTHING I want. I write for two other blogs, my own personal blog, … Continue reading

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