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I started March Novel Writing Month with an attainable goal: Write my novella or, at least, 40,000 words. Based on my past first-draft writing experiences, I thought it would be easy and I’d even be done ahead of time so I could go back and start rewriting Book 3. Ha! Man plans, God laughs. Life went a little crazy. Day-job business got slammed. And then there was the horrible disaster in Japan and I couldn’t just sit by and think, “I wish I could do something” when I actually could. So I poured myself into the Indie Author Relief Fund … Continue reading


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So Dawn Embers twisted my arm and promised me cupcakes if I did the March Novel Writing Challenge (aka MarNo), so I thought very hard about it, chewed my fingernails off as I worried about the consequences of failure and spent many sleepless nights debating whether or not to participate. Okay, that’s all a lie. Actually, she just happened to mention it on Twitter last night (because like a bad follower – who’s been on deadline, that’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it – I didn’t catch it on her blog). And I said, cool, that’s actually something I … Continue reading


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