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Timely Itch to Write

Timely Itch to Write

I now read a lot of blurbs every day. My days are packed full of blurbs from children’s books to scientific theory. And, every day, I get the itch to write at 10:30 am. It’s clockwork. Read a catalogue or two […]

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Leaving Questions Unanswered versus Wrapping up the Story with a Bow

Leaving Questions Unanswered versus Wrapping up the Story with a Bow

If you weren’t aware, I love writing letters. I love coming home and seeing NOT A BILL and NOT JUNK in my mailbox. I have accrued a selection of fine penpals who are all far more intelligent than I am […]

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When your Plot Unravels

When your Plot Unravels

My plot unravelled. In my work closest to querying/publication, my plot has completely unravelled. My timeline is off, my characters aren’t working, the atmosphere isn’t as palpable as I need it to me. While things aren’t easy for my main […]

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