Revisions: Cleanup on Aisle Three

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Right now I’m revising my novel. I’ve been revising for quite a few months now; at this point I’ve spent more time revising than I did writing the first draft. But what am… Continue reading

Revisions and Why You Shouldn’t Fear Them

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Writing can be scary. Whether we’re diving into a genre we’ve never attempted, or plotting our very first battle or a character’s first kiss, or letting a trusted friend read our story for the first… Continue reading

The Perfect Plot

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I wish I could lay plots like eggs, smooth and beautiful and unbroken. Obviously I can’t. But it’s something I think about, because I’m weird. So here’s a question that popped into my… Continue reading

Turn and face the strange

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Hey, so that whole thing where we decided not to have a posting schedule? Yeah. That didn’t work out very well. So we’re scrapping it. I have Wednesdays now, so, Hi Wednesdays! So… Continue reading

Kicking Up Dust

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*opens curtains, kicks up dust* Hi there. *cough* So…things got a bit…quiet…around here. The three of us have been going through a lot of different life things and all those combined life things… Continue reading

The Reimagining

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If someone had told me (and they probably had) that there was something harder than keeping my butt in the chair to write that first draft, I would have laughed them off. The… Continue reading

Driving 40 Miles in the Wrong Direction

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Have you ever been lost? One time, my husband and I went hiking at the Tonto Natural Bridge in northern Arizona. The signage at the park was kind of wonky, and we ended up hiking… Continue reading

Time Slip

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Have you ever experienced a loss of time? Something like taking four hours sans traffic to drive a distance that should have only taken thirty minutes? Black outs? Fugue states? Disappearing from your… Continue reading

500 Club (4.3.14)

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Hello Thursday! It’s that time of week again. The one where you find a secluded place and withdraw into your creative inner whatever. Let loose your inhibitions on how you should write, and instead just… Continue reading

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