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when good books go bad

We’ve probably all had the feeling–reading along in a book, engrossed in the beginning of the story…and then it happens. We start to lose interest, we find we can no longer suspend disbelief, and we become so fed up with … Continue reading

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futuristic thinking

Today I crossed over the 27K word count in the new book, the third in the Gaiaverse series. The book finally seems to be settling down and not making me so crazy. It feels like I’m on the right track. … Continue reading

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location, location, location

I’ve just finished writing an entire scene and I stop to re-read it. As I read, I become more and more puzzled. Why? Because there is no location! I have this great conversation taking place between three characters and I … Continue reading

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when characters become real

Tonight I cried over the death of a fictional character. No, I wasn’t reading a book. It was a character from my own imagination, in my own writing. I won’t say who it was or even what story it was … Continue reading

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