Monthly Archives: November 2011

Harder the Second Time Around

One of my favorite phrases is “Oblivion is bliss.” I’m starting to love it more and more as I plod through my second novel. I always read from published authors that it’s just as hard to write their fifth novel … Continue reading

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Glee Has the Best Bad Guys

Some of the toughest characters to write are the antagonists, or bad guys, or in some cases, straight up villains.  I’ve always had a little too much fun writing the bad guys, maybe in some way they allow my nice … Continue reading

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Sweet Dreams Are Made of These

The brain is a beautiful, mysterious organ. Not only does it keep us alive physically, sometimes it keeps our dreams alive while we don’t even realize it. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I stepped up the querying. The … Continue reading

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My Only Post About NaNoWriMo. Promise. Well, maybe …

I love the concept of NaNoWriMo. I mean what better way to join together lonely novelists across the world than to give us all a common goal to write an entire novel in 30 days? Does that mean you’ll get … Continue reading

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