Monthly Archives: February 2015

Buyers Remorse

Decades of fermenting in my head, dozens of starts and stops, nearly a lifetime of other things, a solid year of writing, revisions/revisions/revisions/more revisions, and about 70,000 painstakingly considered words went into my book Palisade. I see the characters in … Continue reading

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To Prologue or Not to Prologue

My book has a prologue. Sadly, there is a raging debate among the talented folks in my writing groups about the validity of prologues.  I don’t concern myself with it too much, because there is also a raging debate about … Continue reading

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The Care and Feeding of a Main Character

  When I was in my 20s, a very long time ago, I began to dream of a character.  I knew only three things about her at the time.  Her name was Allannah, she had curly hair, and she was … Continue reading

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