Month: May 2010

Shaking in their boots (or sandals, it is summer….)

The Great Writing Race is here! And there are a surprising number of takers for this years challenge. From June 1-July 31 I shall engage the most talented of my friends and, apparently, family in a race to finish my novel. (Well, that’s what… Continue Reading “Shaking in their boots (or sandals, it is summer….)”

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… Continue Reading “A Process Piece”

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… Continue Reading “”

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… Continue Reading “”

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… Continue Reading “”

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