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50,000 Words A Month Is Very Doable

It’s Nano.  Which means everyone is pushing themselves to write 50,000 words towards a novel this month.  And it seems like a lot when you’re trying to have a life, too.  But, really, it isn’t.  Not if writing is a … Continue reading

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DWS On Stages Of A Fiction Writer

Dean Wesley Smith has a series of lectures he’s put together on the stages of a fiction writer. I watched the video version of this a while back and found it informative (albeit frustrating at the same time, because I … Continue reading

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Propitious Timing (Good Advice from Others on Self-Pubbing)

(I so do not know how to pronounce that word–the side effects of learning your vocabulary from reading.  That’s why I like to spend time in foreign countries.  No one can tell I can’t pronounce things.) Anyway.  Chuck Wendig has … Continue reading

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