Month: August 2009

Sometimes ‘filling the well’ feels more like ‘stuffing the turkey’–less graceful than water pouring into a well, to be sure. As I try to move into my new, larger projects (two at a time! whoo-hoo!) I’m trying to learn from other mistakes and thought… Continue Reading “”

My First Wednesday Prompt

For those who are interested but don’t know the rules, here they are. And now: I thought I would share with you some of the cards I received for my birthday. Okay, so I only got a couple cards. I’ll share with you the… Continue Reading “My First Wednesday Prompt”

Discovering your process is a process

I do not believe in writer’s block. To even write about writer’s block indicates that ‘block’ is not real. I do believe in creative standstills, where you’re facing a writing problem (i.e. what should my character do next? how do I make such and… Continue Reading “Discovering your process is a process”

Constructive vs Destructive

First off: What Deb Said. Second off:Today I had a woman, a writer, come into the store where I work to talk to me. We have had previous conversations and I took a writing sample of hers to be considered for one of the… Continue Reading “Constructive vs Destructive”

Taking a Moment to Acknowledge "The End"

I’ve been working my way through the monthly critiques early this month. And it occured to me while reading that Marie, of The Underground Writing Project, has handed in the final chapter of her book Darkwings. It also occured to me that when she… Continue Reading “Taking a Moment to Acknowledge "The End"”

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