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Revising is no fun

I had one goal for yesterday: final revisions on a short story named The Key. I visualized breezing through it, editing out a few “to be” verbs, and marking it off my to do list before lunch. 173 more words

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And this is why I write.  It’s a terrible addiction and a ruthless dragon to chase.


Take A Poll - How Do you Handle Challenges

I should probably clarify, obstacles come in all shapes and sizes, some are small and some are life changing. So while wearing my salesman hat, aiming to get a buzz about my book, I decided to take a poll about how people approach bumps in the road.

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A Duel Upon the Razor's Edge: Of Heroes, Antiheroes and Mopey Leads (Pt. 1)

Alright, while I try to think of ideas for next Monday, here’s a less-regular set of themed articles, focusing on ideas (mostly in writing) that I think are good, but need… 1,578 more words


The Power of Free Revisited

As my sales lagged this month I went back to my surefire method of the past: free books. But I found that downloads of the free book during this time diminished by half, or more. 365 more words

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Sleep and Deprivation

This post comes to you from Sleep and Deprivation. I.E. 10 hour night shifts for the past 5 days.

Sleep and Deprivation would like to convey their sincerest apologies for robbing Zeiger of coherent thought…thus why they are writing and she is not. 122 more words

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Comic Con FanX 2014. . .Costumes and Recap!

As a panelist for this past weekend’s Comic Con FanX 2014, I had a bird’s-eye view of some amazing trends in speculative fiction.

Perched up there among other fabulous authors, filmmakers, and comic artists, I tried to add a relevant chirp or two, which I will be blogging about topically in case you missed attending the con. 117 more words

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