Tag Archive: fantasy

Curb Chat Episode 12: Action Plans

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We’re back with a new episode of Curb Chat! In this episode we discuss action plans: how we decide what to write next. By the time we got to the lightning round, we were pretty… Continue reading

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.

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

What I’m Reading: Warbreaker

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I’m a huge Brandon Sanderson fan. So, you’d expect that I’d already read Warbreaker at some point, right? Actually, I hadn’t read it because I’m such a fan. He’s only written so many books,… Continue reading

Confessional Classic: I Love Your Books, But…

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Oh, how I love me some fantasy novels. They are a pleasure without the guilt because when they’re good, they’re really good. And there’s so many sub genres to choose from: Urban Fantasy (The Dresden… Continue reading

I Love Your Books, But…

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Oh, how I love me some fantasy novels. They are a pleasure without the guilt because when they’re good, they’re really good. And there’s so many sub genres to choose from: Urban (The Dresden Files… Continue reading

Three Forthcoming Fantasies to Foam Over

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WordPress ate the first version of this post. It’s never done that before, and when I say ate, I mean mercilessly devoured, leaving no drafts whatsoever, only the title and tags, like little scraps… Continue reading

Finding Your Voice

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This week at the PLC we’re talking about voice in fiction. That can mean one of two things- the voice you develop as a writer, or the voice of the character telling the… Continue reading

Under the Influence: The books (and writers) that made me so gosh-darned weird!

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I think it’s no secret that one of my biggest influences is Ursula Le Guin. But I never would have read Le Guin were it not for Anne McCaffrey, and my fourth grade… Continue reading

3 Things …This Fantasy nerd is anticipating this year

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I’m lucky, in that two of the things I’ve been looking forward to most this year are about to start.  The third, well, the third is not a thing so much as a… Continue reading

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