Good to see an author's speech that earned a standing ovation at a writing conference surface as an article in our magazine.
Seattle writer Robert Dugoni, bestselling author of the thrillers Damage Control and The Jury Master and the nonfiction book The Cyanide Canary, wowed the annual Pacific Northwest Writers Association conference when he gave his inspiring keynote talk. My colleague Sarah Lange, associate editor at The Writer, adapted his address into an inspiring Off the Cuff column.
I think you'll find motivation in his remarks and his incredible tenacity. His writing journey took him from life as a hard-charging, successful lawyer in San Francisco to some bleak years and hard knocks while trying to break in as a writer.
Look for Bob's article in our February issue, which comes out in early January.
And before I go, happy Thanksgiving to all.
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