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    Are you not entertained?


    Every time I submit a story to a magazine, I feel as though I’ve entered an epic fight to the death. My story is a gladiator, fighting for the amusement

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    Offline


    The other day I ended up in a building that hosted the federal circuit court for 9+ hours. No, I wasn’t a guest of agency nor did I commit any

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    Woman Who Reads Books


    Recently, I came across Robert Pattinson’s (cue the swoons) quote on girls who read. I read it twice before I cross-posted on my author Facebook feed. Then I read it

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    Stretching that creative muscle


    There are days (and nights) I don’t feel like I’ve stretched my creative muscles. And when I do, I often feel like I’ve developed a brain related charley-horse. Creativity and

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    The importance of exercise & discipline


    I’m about to use the E-word and the D-word (exercise & discipline). If either of those words offend you… Just avert your eyes and put a Post-it over the offending content.

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    Up to no good


    Remember when we were kids and time just seemed to never end? Sitting in the corner for 5 minutes was an eternity. The bus ride to school never seemed to

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    Writing the perfect villain


      What makes a perfect villain? It’s not the mustache twirling, top hat wearing trope of yesteryear. A solid villain is a character that the reader can relate too. Any mustache twirling is subtle.

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    2015 Round Up


    When I find the time bandit that warped me in to December, I’m going to pummel my seconds and minutes out of him/her/it/whatever. Seriously? How’d it get to the end

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    The End is Nigh!!


    It’s almost the end of November and I’m no where near finished any of my goals. For NaNoWriMo, I’m typing words madly,  hoping to hit the goal. ARGH!!!! There isn’t enough

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    Getting my groove back


    Over the last couple of years, I went through  a rough writing patch. Either I didn’t feel well enough to capture the myriad of thoughts running amok in my brainpan

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Suspending Disbelief

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If you read, there is an element of suspending disbelief in every type of writing – fiction and nonfiction. Everything that is written depends on the readers to be seduced by your idea. Your idea(s) is influenced and built according to your own personal point of view and experience. Whether you are selling a business idea or building a world, the person

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