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On Letting Someone Go (In Fiction and In Life)

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

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When Characters Surprise You: Getting Re-Acquainted With Arriella

In spite of the overwhelming amount of stress at work, and despite the fact that I’ve been working ten-hour days for the past two weeks, with barely a half a day off, I began toying around with Book 4 again. … Continue reading

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Say it loud…and it’ll work.

This came up in a conversation with a fellow author, and a discussion in WriMore International on Facebook. A writer had posted a simple statement: please tell me I’m not the only one arguing with fictional characters.¬†And I answer, “By … Continue reading

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