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Charactericticism

Not wanting all my characters to ‘sound’ like each other is always a challenge worth accepting. And, because I also do not want the entire cast of my stories coming across as behavioral clones of me, I make the effort … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018 – Victorious Failures

Congratulations to all the writers, whether professional, aspiring, or recreational, who completed this year’s Camp NaNoWriMo challenge! Granted, there is still time left in this, the last day of camp, so, if you’ve not reached the word count goal yet … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018 – Pre-Game Show

Welcome to the July 2018 Camp NaNoWriMo pre-game show! I last participated in the realm of NaNoWriMo this past November, working out a good chunk of my novel, Battle of Fort Cappello. When I closed the notebook on November 30, … Continue reading

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Discoverations

Some discoveries I have made about myself these last few weeks: My handwriting is getting tinier and more illegible than ever before. This discovery came to me last month when I started transcribing my handwritten 2017 NaNoWriMo manuscript. I remember … Continue reading

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Investment Work

Every once in a while, I like to take a few minutes to tabulate how will I am doing towards my writing pursuits…am I performing deeds that lead to new ideas and finished works, or am I moving towards nothing … Continue reading

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Stuff That Just Happens To Be Happening

I finally got a rejection email from an online publisher for a flash fiction story I submitted to them over two years ago. It’s a good thing I was working on other stories during that time. I always make time … Continue reading

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Charactericticism

Not wanting all my characters to ‘sound’ like each other is always a challenge worth accepting. And, because I also do not want the entire cast of my stories coming across as behavioral clones of me, I make the effort … Continue reading

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