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Life, I believe, toys with us.  Just when you think you have totally finished with a piece you’ve written and you are ready to upload, damn, you start to reread the text and realize, that sentence is way out-of-order.  264 more words

Author's Blog

ReWrites Suck!

Writing is hard. There’s just so many things that can go wrong. Subtle things. Character’s dialogue suddenly sounds wooden after flowing so well the chapter before. 344 more words

Life Lesson

Restored and Ready

We have safely returned from our camping extravaganza! And now my morning coffee isn’t half as good without my uncle brewing it for me in his french press over his little camp stove, and I find myself turning around to make a joke to my cousins only to remember they aren’t here way too often. 425 more words

Writing

My Novel writing process!

If you didn’t know I have been writing a novel since November, and it is finally finished. I use the word ‘finished’ very liberally here as there is a hell of a lot of work left to be done on it, and the rewriting process is a lot more daunting than actually writing the damn thing. 176 more words

A Bookish Life.

REVISION COUNTS, TOO

“The writer must have a good imagination to begin with, but the imagination has to be muscular, which means it must be exercised in a disciplined way, day in and day out, by writing, failing, succeeding and revising.” – Stephen King… 394 more words

Musings/Writing

The (re)write: The Kids Are NOT Alright

Todays rewrite is far from romantic…as a matter of fact, let this be the first rewrite that actually pisses me off to be moved enough to put finger to key on.   598 more words

Politically Incorrect

Where to begin?

“Let’s start at the very beginning. A very good place to start.” Maria, The Sound of Music

When Maria sings these infamous words, the beginning she refers to is quite clear: the lowest note (do/doe) of an octave.

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Inspiration