Riding the Writing Tide

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By S. C. Green Ebb and flow. That’s my writing style, a steady stream of prose for days on end to a slow painful trickle of letters a week. Then the tide shifts, and… Continue reading

From Zombified to Zooming

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By Amy K. Nichols Momentum (\mō-ˈmen-təm\, n): strength or force gained by motion or through the development of events Through November and most of December, I was on a writing role, blogging like… Continue reading

Writer, Organize Thyself!

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So here’s what I’ve been up to the last week or so. I’ve been writing a new action scene- I sent swarms of spiders to attack my sleeping protagonist. Uck, totally. And I’ve… Continue reading

Just Reading: What a Novel Idea

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From five years old to fifteen (when girls, booze, and pot took over my life) I had my Reading Tree. As you can see, it sits in the P’s backyard, limbs formed into a… Continue reading

Life Happens

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This is my second Friday post I’ve published on Saturday.  Please forgive me.  I could easily blame it on the holiday, but that wouldn’t be true.  I wish it were true instead of… Continue reading

Inspiring the next generation of readers

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This week at the PLC our topic is reading. I’m a big fan of reading. One of the reasons we bought our current house was because it had enough room to build shelves… Continue reading

Writing Tools- Active Reading

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This week’s theme at PLC is about reading. I just finished reading Tehanu, by Ursula Le Guin, last night. I’ve read Tehanu before, but decided to revisit it. I’m a big believer in… Continue reading

Cherub Pageant Drop-Out: Origins of an Attention Hog

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I’d like to first mention a couple things.  First, I’d like congratulate my fellow confession-er on the birth of his baby girl.  Being that I’m the sole child-less author on this site, procreation… Continue reading

Take Time To Do the Crime

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In keeping with this week’s theme, here is how I found my way into the writing life. Writing is criminal. Wait, hear me out. It didn’t always used to be this way. Once… Continue reading

Turning Someday into Today

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This week at The Parking Lot Confessional we’re talking about how got where we are now. I’m one of those people who always wanted to be a writer. My mom loves to tell of… Continue reading

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