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Writing Plan for the Week

According to my business card, I am a writer. So what should I be doing tonight? Well, it’s Sunday night, the wind from Hurricane Joaquin has barely touched us, and the rain has slowed to a fine mist. 415 more words

Writing Updates

An Interview with Author Janice Peacock

Leo Tolstoy once said art is “…indispensable for the life and progress toward well-being of individuals and of humanity.”

And judging from current events, we need all the art we can get these days. 1,103 more words


My Books In Print

I have recently had my books made in the printed form with Createspace. These books include: A Journey with Gnome; (9781514626640) Loving an Alien; (9781514664247) and Haunted House; (9781514626528) 720 more words

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Miscellaneous Words of Wisdom

This is less of a formal post and more me throwing a few quick things at you all. First off, I did an Agent Q&A over at Book Country and it is up today… 110 more words


Writing the Other

Izzy May I: The Write always comes up with some great topics – the latest is about what makes a ‘strong’ female character. And as usual, she covers the topic very thoroughly and one can’t but agree with her assertion that “the strong female character has become a stereotype.” Indeed, as… 293 more words


Revision & the Post-Nanowrimo Reality Check

How many of you participated in Nanowrimo 2014? You know, the month of literary abandon where writers of all ilk try to pen at least 50,000 words into some coherent fashion – all during the month of November? 351 more words


Snippet: social networks for new writers

Miqui Otero informed in El País that Penguin Random House (Spain) has redesigned its network Me gusta escribir [“I like writing”; link; starting Nov. 25, 2014], a platform for writers in the making that haven’t been published on paper yet. 191 more words