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When You’re In A Writing Rut, Take A Class Or Something

As a working writer, it can be a solitary life. Being a total introvert that works for me. But every now and then it’s good to connect. Lately, I’ve been in… I don’t know. I wouldn’t exactly call it a … Continue reading

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Why I Hate Revision

If you’re a writer you know how important revision is. It’s a process, possibly a more difficult, longer and more involved process than the actual creation of your work. Writing is easy compared to revision. You sit down and write. … Continue reading

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One More Time – Revising, Prepping And Sending Off My Manuscript

So, I’m doing this again. You know that thing I said I wouldn’t do. That thing that if I had to do again, I would scratch my own eyes out and gladly bleed out on the table, just so I … Continue reading

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Following Through Versus Starting Anew (Am I Cheating On My Manuscript?)

The biggest problem for me (I think) when it comes to my current manuscript is that I am so over it. Writing it in the first place was monumentally difficult and yet I had to tell the story. There was … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Do Verse

I love to write. I have said it before, so I will spare you the details. If I explain how I feel about writing one more time, people may accuse me of being some kind of automated message on a … Continue reading

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