Tag Archives: creative nonfiction

How I Learned to Write a Damn Book

A lot of you probably wonder why I fangirl so ridiculously hard on Jim Butcher all the time. A lot of you probably think that I have some kind of crazycatlady crush on the man–or maybe on Harry Dresden. You … Continue reading

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Breaking up is hard to do. Even when it should be easy.

Well, I tried. I did. For several hours, in fact. I was worried about finishing the project, but for all the wrong reasons. I still don’t think it’s going to happen. You may be wondering what I’m talking about. After … Continue reading

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The time between projects

So, during the long, boring, seemingly interminable time that readers have my manuscript and I have to wait for them to return it with comments – hint, hint, readers – I’ve started pulling out old stuff I’ve written. I need … Continue reading

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