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Renee’s heart raced as she typed the farewell love scene. She had written insurmountable barriers and even the stolen weekend at the beach house couldn’t save the doomed love affair. 107 more words

Friday Fictioneers

Infographic: Five Mistakes To Avoid in Your NaNoWriMo Novel by Grammarly

Are you a participant in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month for those who don’t know ;))? Here is an infographic by Grammarly about the common mistakes in the novels from last year they did with participating novelists. 32 more words

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Almost Halfway

Or thereabouts. Since I don’t outline, halfway can be a somewhat nebulous concept until I get to “The End”. But I figure I’m close to about the middle of WAR OF MAGIC. 50 more words



So I did it, I wrote 50,000 words in November. I would like to thank caffeine and a major lack of sleep for getting me here. 546 more words


One liner Wednesday: First drafts...

“How many roads must a man walk down, before you’ll call him a cab?”

– Blowin’ In The Wind, Bob Dylan, 1963.


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the perfect words

sometimes, the perfect words come along at the perfect time. Here’s a snippet of the┬ápep talk that was posted yesterday by N.K. Jemisin to writers participating in… 262 more words

The 84,000-0dd Word Diversion

Hello, my name is Amanda… (Hello, Amanda…) and it has been 23 days since I last updated my blog.

I promise I did not forget about my blog. 302 more words