You have questions. Ask away.

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This blog has long been a friendly place to come and learn, and what better way to learn than to ask?

You have questions. Writer stuff, marketing, motivation, you name it.


Your questions. Your challenges. Your issues.

If I don’t know, we’ll put it out to my vast network of author friends and get an answer. Or I’ll make something up.


Many people helped me when I was starting out because I was willing to ask what I needed to know.

That shortened my learning curve substantially.

– Dan Alatorre

So go ahead. Ask me anything.

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USA Today bestselling author Dan Alatorre has 50+ titles published in more than 120 countries and over a dozen languages.

4 thoughts on “You have questions. Ask away.

    1. Well, it’s a little trickier to try to create an anthology with a bunch of children authors or teenager authors. For one thing, little kids don’t know some of the rules of basic grammar and punctuation, depending on their age. However, I work with young children and create an anthology for them about once a year. As far as teenagers, it’s certainly possible to open the word weaver contest to age categories but I’m not sure how we would figure out if somebody was telling the truth about that or not. So I haven’t really thought about doing that.


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