Waxwing (Part 1)

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It’s been a while since we’ve done a round robin story here at the PLC. We’ve all been so busy writing our own stuff, we kind of stopped writing things together. But now that we’re… 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

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

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

500 Club (4.24.14)

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Hello Thursday! Taking a break from this week’s Round Robin story to help spark some stories of your own. Here’s how: Write 500 words based on one of the two prompts below. Post… Continue reading

Waxwing (Part 3)

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Part One Part Two Mali followed the cormorant into the night sky. Though she grieved the loss of her mother, she relished in the power she’d inherited, her wings beating the air. Ordinarily… Continue reading

Waxwing (Part 2)

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The waxwing shimmered on Mali’s wrist, its tattooed feathers almost fluttering with life. It called to her, offering something she couldn’t comprehend. Why had her mother taught her about the other avian clans… Continue reading

You Gotta Be Willing to Break It

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Revisions. *sigh* They sure aren’t for the faint of heart. Back when I started writing, I thought revisions meant checking for typos and correcting punctuation. I’d write a story and, naturally, think it was… Continue reading

Plot Happens

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If you believe the statement in the title, more than likely you’re a pantser. By pantser I mean that you generally write and write and write until the story eventually comes together or… 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

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