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Do You Write With Feeling?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Wednesday, 29 January 2020
It almost goes without saying that every person uses themselves as a yardstick to figure out what another person is feeling. This includes readers for your characters in a novel. No matter the situation or genre of your novel or short-story fiction, your reader will try to fill in the blanks about f...

Why Write During the Holidays?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Friday, 27 December 2019
For a long time, I wasn’t a very consistent writer. I figured whenever inspiration struck, I would write. Until then, I preferred to do other things with my time. As a consequence, I didn’t get much better at my craft. However, several years ago, I started forcing myself to write a little every day,...

Do You Know the Most Important Thing About Storytelling?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Monday, 25 November 2019
Photo Courtesy of Pexels As I get ready to go full tilt into the holiday season with my family, I thought I’d mention one more time, to every wanna be writer out there, the most important thing I’ve learned about being an author. It’s important to understand there is a difference between a good writ...

What is a Writer’s Ego?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Friday, 11 October 2019
Even when I was little, I dreamed of being an author. In 1965, the year I turned seventeen, I submitted my first short story, and I imagined myself being the next Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451). By the time I entered my twenties, I wanted to make people think of me as some sort of “great” […]Original...

Ever Consider Writing a Memoir?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Sunday, 18 August 2019
Photo Courtesy of Pexels I was talking to an old friend recently, and we were both having trouble remembering details from our high school years. Neither one of us could remember the name of our home room teacher. One of the comments made that had us both laughing was, “well, there goes the memoir.”...

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