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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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Ends, Means, and In Betweens

You may’ve heard it asked aplenty. “Do the ends justify the means?” Now I’ll ask you the same question that my character, Kataria, is facing: which means will justify your end? This is actually the sort of a dilemma that … Continue reading

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On Taking a Hiatus/More on The Index Series

You may’ve noticed that, apart from the couple of posts on my day job, I’ve not been writing very much. Unfortunately, that’s an in-general sort of nonwriting, because as of late, between being an active realtor and a┬ávery active freelancer … Continue reading

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Who’s Your Audience?

When we the writers do our job and write our story, we focus more on plot nuances, grammar, spelling – all important things, and all essential in creating a good book. But we cannot discount than, when we endeavor to … Continue reading

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Updates! New cover! Book 4!

So apparently someone found me by Googling “kg creative writing my best toy”. Wha-huh? Okay. Now. It’s March in New York City, it’s pushing at the corporate tax deadline, so this is coming to you on a very quick tea … Continue reading

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