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Friday Re-Cap

Writing 101 started this week, and I started off on the wrong foot – not surprising in the least, but there you have it. The space bar on my laptop took a dump two days ago, which makes it extremely … Continue reading

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First-World Abolitionist

Even without the aid of Corti-Slim, I am determined to stay here – grounded and with a rightful purpose. To work on improving my writing skills in order to make a living as a recognized author. Writing about this particular … Continue reading

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Letting Go

Alright, so I goofed up. I blogged in the wrong frame of mind, and now I feel dumb. All it takes to get over myself, though, is people. People tend to make me see the true ass I am even … Continue reading

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Writing 101, Day Three

Write about the three most important songs in your life — what do they mean to you? Nailing Brahms’ Hungarian Dance Number 5 on your alto sax. Making perfect pulled pork tacos. Drawing what you see. Or, writing a novel. … Continue reading

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Audience

As I continue to figure out new ways to reach new people in order to generate interest in my publication, a few things manage to stump or amuse me. This, for example, is what I found at my Smashwords account … Continue reading

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Character Development Woes

Reverting back to my old way of writing took some doing, but then suddenly it kicked in and I started typing away like a mad woman. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 I even ended up reaching a juncture whereupon my … Continue reading

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POV part 3

Since this whole point-of-view thing started for me with my own writing, I’ve had great trouble trying to go back to my story and just get it done. I’m still taking lots of notes for the story, though, to convince … Continue reading

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Editing is Murder

Literally and figuratively, I think. This is a double-edged sword in my opinion. You know you have to go back and fix your original work, but in the process, I personally end up re-writing the whole damn thing. My editing … Continue reading

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Give me a Minute

Every Sunday, it seems, a few moments in time are spent taking BuzzFeed quizzes to find out such utterly important things about myself as Which Decade do I Belong in, What is My Real Astrological Sign, and Which Ancient Warrior … Continue reading

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The Art of Sex … Scenes

Conundrum #69 Today’s Facebook feed had plenty for me to bookmark and read at leisure. I only use the social platform to condense my ‘likes‘ the way my late father used to routinely make coffee, smoke a cigarette, eat his breakfast, … Continue reading

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