Monthly Archives: June 2015

#WriteFridays the 19th

I’m sneaking on to post a quick writing exercise, which I realize will not only be the 19th #WriteFridays exercise, but will also be posted on the 19th. Small things like that make me happy. Yes, I’m a dork. Anyway, … Continue reading

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#WriteFridays the 18th!

This week I started to formally hang out my shingle as a writing coach, and one of the ladies from my critique group took me up on it. We met up, and after discussing the issue that she specifically had … Continue reading

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Mail call!

I woke up this morning and opened up Goodreads, just to find out how many people had eventually ended up signing up for my Soft Target giveaway. My goal had been to reach about 250 people–even if they were only … Continue reading

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Work in Progress … Exercise in POV

Last week’s #WriteFriday exercise was a prompt that had to do with perspective and point of view. For my own stab at it, I decided to get into the head of my antagonist, Dr. Gratusczak, from the Rick Keller novels. … Continue reading

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#WriteFridays Exercise 17

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about empathy and perspective, and it put me in mind of an exercise we used to do in my acting class in college. For this exercise, we would have to put ourselves in … Continue reading

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Alternate creativities…

I spend a lot of my time writing, thinking about writing, not writing, wishing I were writing, blogging about writing, feeling guilty about not writing, or otherwise with writing somewhere in my conscious or subconscious. Sometimes, I forget that there … Continue reading

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