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What Kind Of Writer Are You?

One thing I love about writing and chatting with other writers is discovering the different approaches everyone takes to developing their stories: whether it be coming up with ideas, fleshing out characters, or figuring out what happens in each chapter. 1,116 more words


Friday Fare: Links from the around the 'Net

Confession:  I love the Internet (affectionately known in my household as “the Interwebs.”).  On Fridays, I’m going to post a round up of the various posts and articles that have been of interest to me during the week: 463 more words


Exploring the Possibilities

Over the last few months I’ve come to realize that, I’m very much of a conflicting mind when it comes to the plotting vs pantsing debate. 131 more words


How to: Enable outlining (collapsible statement blocks) for C# code in Visual Studio

I’m often modifying existing C# code in Visual Studio and find myself trying to line up opening and closing braces and trying to figure out what level of nesting I’m currently at. 193 more words

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Good Morning Wednesday

Good morning all. I’m just sending out a little update and looking at what I want to do during this week. It’s only a quickie post so expect typos :P… 367 more words


A Week of Nada?

So ‘The Mercenary Prince’ is done and waiting for its turn on the editing block.  This is a book set to be released in December, which means I’ll be sending the March/April release to my editor.  742 more words


To Pants or Not to Pants: The Age-Old Question

After two + years of post-grad education, a year of working 12 hour days, Christmas holidays, and shoulder surgery, I’ve decided to work on the 10th reincarnation of my MFA thesis. 662 more words