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Since Nora Ephron is so well loved as a film director and screenwriter — with beloved movies such as “You’ve Got Mail,” “Sleepless in Seattle” and “When Harry Met Sally” under her belt — it’s easy to forget she was also a journalist. Her laser-sharp writing appeared in venerated publications like Esquire magazine. This 2006 tome, a blend of essays and memoir, includes that infamous essay about aging, her career and New York City. Just like the author, the approach is a little quirky and very unique. $1.99, amazon.com

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I started working for the Star-Tribune when I was 16. Three of us took turns designing a Sunday children’s page called InkLink. We got $100 ea…

A recent writing prompt asked a perplexing question: If you were going to title a book about your life up to this point, what would that be? W…

Would you like to leave a legacy by sharing your memories with the world? Practice writing, share your work and receive constructive feedback …

Among the things we humans have in common is the fact that every one of us comes from a mother. The moon is in Sagittarius, the sign of good f…

In romance novels there are three absolutes: conflict, confrontation and resolution. First, there’s a presenting conflict between the hero and…

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