Cafe Writer (or the Ultimate Writer Cliche)

Cafe Writer (or the Ultimate Writer Cliche)

This post is to talk about the ultimate writer cliche: cafe writing. You can picture it in your head, easy peasy. A writer–any writer–with a cup of caffeine at their side, staring out the cafe windows as the word passes […]

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The Stress of Blogging

The Stress of Blogging

Sometimes, I find that the stress of blogging really starts to bog me down. For instance, three months ago, I was two months ahead with my blog posts and was able to regularly post links to social media. In the […]

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Cluttered Creative Brain

Cluttered Creative Brain

Excuse me a moment while I talk about my cluttered creative brain. I often find myself upset and despondent, unable to decide what I should or need to be doing. Right now, at home, my wife and I are endeavouring […]

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Aurora Awards 2017

Aurora Awards 2017

Last year, Crash and Burn (the prologue) was a finalist for an Aurora Award. For the Prix Aurora Awards 2017, Crash and Burn (as a webcomic/graphic novel) surprised us by becoming a finalist again. I am unsure about the whole […]

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Ink Links Roundup – Journaling, Deserts, and Persistence

Ink Links Roundup – Journaling, Deserts, and Persistence

If you’re looking for information on the current marketing trends for the big YA publishers, take a look at this article on how YA fans are ruling in the age of conventions. There’s not much Melissa doesn’t love about creating […]

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Writing Work

Writing Work

For the last few weeks, I have been cramming in an hour of writing work a few afternoons a week. Bit by bit, I get work done on writing. I say writing work because it isn’t always writing. The perils […]

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