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As writers, we are constantly being told by the “experts” that we can’t do this but we must do that. There are plot and structure rules, writing rules, grammar rules, querying rules and even rules for how to promote our books once we get to that stage. But this is probably one of the most lenient professions/hobbies where “rules are made to be broken.” As long as you know the rules and respect them, you can choose to break them. Just be sure that when you do, it’s the best choice for you and your story. When you’re in the … Continue reading


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Many – if not all – of you have an addiction. I know you do. Don’t lie. It’s okay. We’re all friends here. I know what your addiction is, too. I share it with you. It’s reading. And if that’s not your addiction, I’m not really sure what you’re doing here…but don’t worry, we’ll get you hooked in no time. I’ve come to realize lately, however, that my addiction goes beyond the general term of “reading.” It’s more than ignoring laundry and dishes and those little people looking to be fed because I. Just. Can’t. Stop. until the last page. … Continue reading


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I’m supposed to be writing. This was supposed to be my Writer Break, where I get to pretend like I’m a full-time writer. But here it is Thursday already and I haven’t written a single word. At least, not in any kind of story. My head has primarily been in other people’s worlds. I’ve been a total reading addict the last week or so, with six books (that I can remember – maybe more!) finished. It’s been a struggle to get back into my own world because I’ve had so much fun in these others. My favorite has been The … Continue reading


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