Monthly Archives: October 2011
If my computer is ever confiscated by the police, I might be in trouble. Not because of dirty pictures or corporate secrets, but because of my browsing history. My friend Susie has been researching villains for her MS and shared … Continue reading
The standard question for any writer in an interview is what propels them to write. It’s not an easy question to sum up in a sound bite and I think the reasons change on a daily basis. I write because … Continue reading
I was having dinner recently with a dear friend who is also writing and querying her work when she said something that gave me a much needed kick in the butt when it comes to querying. That I haven’t really … Continue reading
It’s official. I’m having triplets. No, no, not the kind that will give me insane stretch marks and make my feet swell (although I might get a serious case of “writer’s butt”).
I’m not really a know-it-all. I mean, sure, I have a habit of telling my friends which guys to date, or that a certain girl was not good enough for them. OK, maybe on more than one occasion I KNEW … Continue reading
As a member of a critique group, most writers lament harsh reviews – the shows don’t tells, the sneaky POV shifts and even questions about a character’s motivation. Knowing how it can cut to the quick, what do you do … Continue reading