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Well, it’s that and if I have to look at the memoriam to Bruce N. at the top of my page, I’m not too sure how long my strength will hold out. But yeah, I’m doing the challenge again. 50,000 … Continue reading →
In retrospect, maybe I should’ve taken a break from writing this year. I really don’t want to have to admit this, but there’s simply not enough time in the world to make everything happen the way you want to. I’m … Continue reading →
I know this will catch me flak from quite a few people in the writing circles, but for the good of my books, this has to be done. My NaNo novel for this year will be a continuation of the … Continue reading →
There’s always a time to say goodbye – whether it’s to a character you’ve written or to a person whose time in your life has come to an end. Continue reading →
From the NaNoWriMo facebook group: One of your characters has just achieved the victory they’ve been working towards. Flashbulbs go off, reporters flood in, all clamoring to know, “You just did what no one thought you could. What are you … Continue reading →
My favorite book is a 53-year-old story about a time and place in history. I think I’d like to translate it.
Now, how would I go about doing that? Continue reading →