Category Archives: Writing Process

Guest Post: Maintaining Creativity While Meeting Market Expectations with Fiona Tarr

I have enjoyed The Priestess Chronicles from the start with Call of the Druids (my review). Book Three has just come out, and I’ll post my review tomorrow. Meanwhile, Australian author Fiona Tarr has graciously offered a glimpse into her … Continue reading

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Rebelling Against National Novel Writing Month…Again

When I reviewed my National Novel Writing Month (NaNo) posts from last year, I had to laugh. The description, especially at the end of the month, is what I decided to do this year. The only difference is in making … Continue reading

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Things That Make Me Smile No. 227: I Dare You…

This is a little different from my usual smiles, but we’re heading into NaNo season at a swift pace. (National Novel Writing Month starts in November with prep in October.) The quarantine has been a struggle for many creatives who … Continue reading

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Work at Home Writer: A Room with a Door

Many people know of Virginia Woolf’s essay “A Room of One’s Own” if they haven’t read it. With so many working at home thanks to COVID-19, I thought I’d share a bit of my experience. I worked from home as … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 07-10-2020

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Testing (COVID-19) An explanation of a technique for improving both the cost and speed of COVID-19 testing using pooled test groups. Checklist (Editing) An annotated list of eight key … Continue reading

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