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How To Write People With Disabilities (And What Not To Do)

Last month I went to a writing conference (because I haven’t already wrote enough posts about the AWP 😛 ) that had a bunch of different panels. One panel that I was planning to go to – but didn’t, so … Continue reading

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The End Of NaNoWriMo

November is over, which means that National Novel Writing Month has officially ended. How did you do? I was behind for the entire month, and I mean like really behind. I kept writing in this step ladder fashion. I would … Continue reading

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There Is No Such Thing As A Plot-Driven Story

I know that there are a lot of people who are going to disagree with me, but I don’t believe there is such a thing as a ‘true plot-driven’ story, at least not one that works. Sure, there are some … Continue reading

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I’m Not Schizophrenic – I’m A Writer (Yes, There Is A Difference)

Do you ever hear voices in your head besides your own? Pace anxiously, trying to clear your head? Fantasize and daydream about several different scenarios, some fantastic and others terrible? Talk to yourself, as if you were interviewing someone, which … Continue reading

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