Month: May 2010

A Process Piece

I have come to the conclusion that there’s a pattern to my process. Here it is, in a nutshell: Write helter-skelter for a little while, fiddle with the characters, get a good, solid start. Then, once I’ve warmed up, I go for the end in a flurry of writing. I say, ‘Okay, Jenny, time to…

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Deb just posted about a problem that I think is common to a great deal of writers: knowing when to stop the revising/rewriting/reworking. I think Fleur’s comment on Deb’s post is very telling–when you’re putting stuff back in and you’re rearranging commas and only commas, then you’ve got the piece as good as you’re probably…

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I caved in and got NOOK, B&Ns ebook reader. And let me tell you…it’s way easier to buy books this way. You just blink and there it is! As a writer, I have to tell ya, that I dig the idea of people being able to download books as a spontaneous purchase that’s non-returnable. I…

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Pardon the lack of recent posting–been busy with, ya know, that life stuff. And sometimes that life stuff takes a turn for the happy. For example, we are in the process of packing up my brother’s belongings and kicking him in the direction of Denver! Yippee! That means a free room for, dare I say…

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