Like books? We do, too. Smart writers covering a range of subjects often swing by QDT to share their hard-earned insights with readers.


Here you’ll find quick tips, advice, and informative articles from authors new and old. And if you like what you see, there’s likely a book where that came from.

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Jessica Pennington, Writing for

"Meet Me At Midnight" author Jessica Pennington uncovers the subtle differences between the words "nemesis" and "enemy." 

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Catherine Gildiner

What's it like being a psychologist? In this heartfelt excerpt from her book Good Morning Monster, accomplished psychologist and author Catherine Gildiner describes meeting her very first patient.

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Nishta J. Mehra

Nishta J. Mehra, author of Brown White Black, shares how the simple act of journaling can serve as an anchor through life’s turbulence.

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QDT Editor

You can't navigate online these days without the words "fake news" crossing your path. But what is fake news, who spreads it, and why has it become so pervasive? We talked to Cindy Otis, a former CIA analyst and the author of True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News to learn more about how to identify fake news and stop spreading misinformation.

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Elsa Hart, Writing For

Elsa Hart, author of "The Cabinets of Barnaby Mayne," shares words that she loves, dislikes, and avoids in writing. 

Jess Redman

One in eight children is affected by an anxiety disorder. If your child has panic attacks, this expert advice from a therapist will help you keep them strong and resilient.