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500 Club (7/24)

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Hello and welcome to today’s 500 Club! Today’s prompts are inspired by San Diego Comic-con 2014. Before we get to today’s prompts, here’s a quick recap of the rules. Choose one of the prompts… Continue reading

Curb Chat Episode 5: Our writing spaces

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Our latest episode of Curb Chat, our bi-monthly podcast, is up! In this episode, we talk about our writing spaces: where we write, how we write and what we write on. Also included… Continue reading

Curb Chat Episode 4: Plotting vs. Pantsing

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There’s a new episode of Curb Chat, our bi-weekly podcast, available for your listening pleasure. In this episode, we talk about plotting versus pantsing. *cue organ music* Give it a listen. It’s a lot of fun. :)

Curb Chat Episode 3: Recapping Phoenix Comicon

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In our 3rd episode of Curb Chat, we discuss the fun we had at Phoenix Comicon.

Some Tips I Learned about World Building at Phoenix Comicon

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One of the best writing panels I attended during Phoenix Comicon 2014 was the Really Epic Epic Fantasy panel. It had an incredible lineup of epic fantasy authors, including Patrick Rothfuss, Scott Lynch,… Continue reading

500 Club (6/12)

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Hello and welcome to today’s 500 Club! Before we get to today’s prompts, here’s a quick recap of the rules. Choose one of the prompts below. On your blog, write a 500-word story or… Continue reading

Curb Chat Episode 2 is GO!

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The second episode of Curb Chat, our new podcast, is up and ready to tickle your timpanic membranes. In this episode, we discuss which authors and books have influenced our work. Enjoy!

It’s summer break. Wish me luck.

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The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind. First of all, the PLC launched our first episode of Curb Chat, our new podcast. (If you haven’t yet, be sure to check it… Continue reading

Introducing Curb Chat, the Parking Lot Confessional’s New Podcast!

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The Parking Lot Confessional is thrilled to announce our new podcast: Curb Chat: Talking When We Should Be Writing Twice a month, the four of us will be taking a lighthearted look at writing, revising, and… Continue reading

My Head is a Nuclear Reactor

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All day long my brain takes in information and filters it into different categories. Some information is peripheral. Stuff that passes through my synapses with hardly a notice at all. Like, tying my shoes or turning on my turn signal when driving.

Some information is critical. It must be consumed and acted upon right now. Like, we are late for school! Or, my editor just sent last minute changes and needs them back right away!

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