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No One Is To Blame

Writing has always been my salvation.

That may seem melodramatic, but it’s true. As long as I can remember, no matter what was going on in my life, the dream was always there and after I actually  845 more words


The List

We all have one—even those of us who don’t write. All of us have a list of words we carry around like talismans. Often, we’re not even aware we’re using them. 809 more words


Author Tip: Research for the Realness Instead of Writing a Real Mess

Think back to a book that really piqued your interest? What made it stand apart from the countless of other books out there? Did you just love the character because she was A LOT like you or your polar opposite? 516 more words



Hump Day!

I got up this morning early (well, early for me) to meet an old friend for coffee and donuts at District Donuts. I’ve never actually been there before–although I have partaken of their donuts when someone else has purchased them, and they are amazing–but the best news is that their cappuccinos are  269 more words


Writing Wednesday: Overthinking, Overcooking, and Over-Planning, Oh My!

GOALS from last week: 3 blog posts. Stories cycling back to market on schedule as best I can (flash fiction is still a problem.) I was able to prep and ePub “Interview with the Blue Neon God” in less than two days and made the release date. 987 more words


Packing for Camp NaNoWriMo

Last April, I participated in my first Camp NaNoWriMo, the writing retreat-themed version of the famous NaNoWriMo that takes place each November. And while I still don’t know if the novella I crafted will ever amount to anything, I felt like it was a worthwhile experience, all around. 443 more words


Rewriting Your Screenplay

After all the revising and editing, something might be gnawing at your mind and spirit – does this screenplay work for my vision. This thought can pop into your head after reshaping and editing your screenplay. 314 more words