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Reblog: 5 Ways to Save Your Character From A Drowning Story

Hey, gang! I’m down south visiting family in Anchorage Alaska, and getting very little writing done while I instead plan vacations, bake all the things, and hold the tiniest of humans far more than is necessary.  646 more words

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Astropad Studio Review at Macworld

I’ve always looked curiously at photographers who use Wacom digitizer tablets to assist in editing their photos. Does it really help? More important, is it worth paying several hundred more dollars? 118 more words


How Working with a Critique Group Can Improve Your Manuscript

I wrote my first four novels without any outside input up to the point when I sent the second draft to a small group of pre-readers, made more changes and then on to my editor.

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Which Kind(s) of Editing Does Your Novel Need?

Notice the title of this post is not Does your novel need editing? The answer to that question is YES. Always. I don’t care if you wrote… 874 more words


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7 Tips to Survive Nanowrimo

NaNoWriMo can be a grueling time for many. Here are some tips for not only surviving but thriving the month from Quills & Inkblotts’ Lani Forbes. 6 more words

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Writing While Under The Influence Of Depression

At this stage of NaNoWriMo, depression may be setting in for some of you. Here are some thoughts from Joanna Penn who has dealt with it that may help you cope with it. 6 more words

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