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When Is It Too Much?

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When is it too much? When have you gone too far? Too Much is one of those things I can easily identify in other writers’ works, but find difficult to see in my… Continue reading

B.I.C. And also, B.O.C.

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This strange thing has been happening to me lately. I plant my butt in the chair and I write. And the writing goes well. And when I’m done writing, I close up shop… Continue reading

Dr. StrangeNovel or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Chaos

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by Bryn Chancellor Last summer, I stopped working on a novel that I had been writing for the last few years. I put it in the drawer, or on the back burner, or… Continue reading

Good morning, chair.

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As I thought through what I could share about writing on today’s post, I found myself returning to the same thing.

Sir Carlson Writes A (My?/Your?) Story: All Righty Then

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By: Michael James Greenwald Captain’s Log, Stardate 23.9, rounded off to the…nearest decimal point.  We’ve…traveled back in time to save an ancient species from…total annihilation.  So far…no…signs of aquatic life, but I’m going… Continue reading

Kicking You When You’re Down: An Interview with Writer Michael James Greenwald

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By: The Parking Lot Confessional Hello, and welcome to the Sunday edition of the Parking Lot Confessional Interview Series.  Today, Amy K. Nichols, S.C. Green, and Amy McLane (PLC) will be tossing questions… Continue reading

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