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On the Blog:

Pikes Peak Writers Blog features the next installment of Jason Evans’ series on Historical Fiction.  Jason provides some candid insight on what works (and doesn’t) for successful book launch marketing.  Look for this piece on Wednesday, October 18, 2017.

And in Colorado Springs:

October Write Brain – Writing Disable Characters

Monday October 16, 2017 6:15 – 8:15 at Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80920 (get directions)

What: Writing Disabled Characters

Who: Abby J. Reed

When: October 16th, 6:15 – 8:15pm – Note: This is a Monday! Temporary day of week change due to library reservations

Where: Venue@21c (upper floor, to the right if coming in the upper entrance) of Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80920

More Information: With more agents and publishers looking to support diversity in their lists, come learn the do’s and dont’s of writing a disabled character. Learn about The Spoon Theory, The Stages of Grief, Tropes to avoid and why, the role of medication and therapy, portraying your character as a holistic individual, and more.

About the Presenter: Abby J. Reed has a degree in English Writing and is drawn to characters with physical limitations due to her own neurological disorder called Chronic Migraine. Her debut novel, WHEN PLANETS FALL, released in April 2017 by Soul Mate Publishing and is the first in a trilogy. Abby lives in Colorado with her husband and two fluffy pups. If her hands aren’t on the keyboard, they are stained purple and blue with paint. Find her online at

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Gabrielle V. Brown, Managing Editor of Pikes Peak Writers Blog, is an engineer by trade and a writer by passion. Her published works included government studies, textbook credits, research abstracts, training manuals and poetry. She has extensive experience in website design and maintenance, blog content and management, and SEO. Gabrielle has put words to paper since she could hold a crayon and currently writes speculative fiction, humorous short stories, poetry, and literary fiction. You can reach Gabrielle at









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