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What’s TC&Q about you ask? It’s your one-stop-shop for all things writing; including hash tag tips, glossary of writing world terminology, interviews, publishing resources, & more. Sarcasm, sass, and gifs are our favorite way of communicating.

Want to know about the girls under the trenches? Here we are exposed! (Not like that! We try to maintain some dignity around here.)

 

Diana Long

945238_10151641916734031_2003101256_n I’m a wife to one, mother to three. I grew up in sunny central California before moving to Utah one month before my 18th birthday and met my husband which solidified my stay here in the beehive state. I’m always trying out a new craft, eating too much pizza, and planning an amazing wardrobe for when I hit my goal weight. (It will happen someday!)

Reading has always been a passion of mine and writing has always been a dream. Give me a sexy bad boy and sassy heroine and my nose will be stuck in it from page one to “the end”. It’s probably not much of a surprise that my writing follows the same pattern.

Favorite quote: “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” – Maya Angelou

You can find me here:

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Candice Montgomery

image1Drug and alcohol rehab counselor by day, insomniac, novelist and avid reader by night (and sometimes by very, very early morning). Somehow I maintain my sanity, living and working in Los Angeles, California – and that probably has much to do with the fact that I teach dance to a great group of talented teens, watch more anime than any 20-something should, self-medicate with lychee boba, and vehemently accept when anything chocolate is thrown my way.

Is there a more perfect genre for an awkward and unhinged New Adult writer than romance? If there is, I haven’t found it, but I welcome your suggestions.
Favorite quote: “Writing is – much like fighting a war – exceedingly hazardous to myself, and is only slightly less so (but more beneficial) to my fellow citizens.”
Where you’ll always find me:
 
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