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Arguments with my Internal Editor

(A brief peek into this odd-ball brain of mine since the beginning of the current work in progress.) Me: Alright! It's an urban fantasy about a marital counselor to the supernatural. Werewolves, vampires, and all those magical creatures! It'll be great. Internal Editor: You can't be serious. Urban Fantasy is full of women in tight… Continue reading Arguments with my Internal Editor

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Writing and Business and the In-Between

As of this evening my novelette "Torven" has a completed rough draft. Given its very small length (16006 words) I have been toying around with the idea of giving it away for free or really, really cheap (after it's gone through a rigorous editing) which has led me to the normal marketing spiel/debate. I've been… Continue reading Writing and Business and the In-Between

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Throwing Confetti! (AKA – Persona’s Re-Write is done!)

Technically I started this book over a decade ago while working at a Clinic & Hospital. I toted it around in a notebook and copied pages off for my mother since typing on the electric typewriter (shut up, I couldn't afford a computer back then) took more time than I had. Yes, she still has… Continue reading Throwing Confetti! (AKA – Persona’s Re-Write is done!)

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Round Robin Blog Posts – Social Issues in Fiction

I'm so happy to be joining the Round Robin Blog Hop this month. This month's topic discusses social/current event issues that are important to me and how, when, or if I allow them to seep into my fiction.  Let me start off with admitting that I definitely allow social issues to be addressed in my… Continue reading Round Robin Blog Posts – Social Issues in Fiction