Monthly Archives: March 2013

I’m Researching!

It is undoubtedly one of the coolest, although not one of the most talked about, parts of being a writer that we get to learn so much.  And legitimately!  Even writing fantasy, we end up needing to know about the … Continue reading

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Pi Day and Writing Rhythm!

No, those two don’t have anything to do with one another except that they are both on my mind.  However, I’m going to talk about them in reverse order, because I want to spend more time on the former than … Continue reading

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Warrior – A Storytelling Review (on a movie!)

So, I just got done watching the movie Warrior.  If you haven’t seen it and want to spoiler-free, you pretty much need to stop reading this entry now. The basic storyline is two brothers, Brendan and Tommy, both enter a … Continue reading

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A Post on Gender in Fiction

This is a topic that has been coming up more recently, which is appropriate considering that today is International Women’s Day.  So hurrah for that! I follow mostly writers in the blogosphere, and so most of the perspectives inspired by … Continue reading

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Grammar, the Writer, and Social Media

Without even realizing that today is National Grammar Day, I tweeted earlier about being annoyed when writers, especially novice writers, use bad grammar or style when tweeting or commenting on blogs.  It actually came up after reading comments on Chuck … Continue reading

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