Monthly Archives: December 2011

Looking Forward to Rejection

The average person reading that title wouldn’t get it, but I think my writer friends all will, pretty much right off the bat, at least those that want to pursue traditional publishing. I have heard it dozens of times:  when … Continue reading

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Why do I write?

Contrary to the emo way that you could read that title, this post won’t be about the futility of my pursuits, either in writing fiction or in writing blag posts.  Rather, I want to talk about why I write fiction; … Continue reading

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Beginning or Ending?

There is something intimidating about the blank page.  It is tantalizingly full of possibility, waiting to be filled with your words.  All stories, the best and the worst, the longest and the shortest, start exactly the same way:  with a blank page … Continue reading

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Losing the "One Day" Mentality

I think the hardest part about moving away from being a “One Day” blogger is admitting the possibility of defeat. When all you have are intentions, you can’t really fail – you can keep intending to write that book and … Continue reading

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