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5 New Writing Prompts

In this new world of ‘safer at home’, I’m finding keeping myself motivated to write more and more of a challenge. Apparently, my muse is also practicing social distancing! If you’re finding it difficult to get the creative juices flowing, here are five new writing prompts to help! You wake up one morning and find […]

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How to Market a Self-Published Book

You’ve slaved away for weeks, months, possibly years creating your masterpiece. You’ve edited. You’ve proofread. You’ve tweaked the formatting. You’ve agonized. You’ve probably even cried a little. Hey, we’ve all been there! But you’ve finally hit ‘publish’ and launched your book. Now comes the hard part. Marketing. I’ve often said writing a book is the […]

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Ninety-nine Cent Novellas

After taking a break from writing, I’m seeing my ninety-nine cent novellas with fresh eyes. Which means reworking, lots and lots of reworking! This past weekend, I spent some time working on Signs, including writing and editing a full chapter of the story. Which led to a full reworking of the outline. I don’t work […]

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Ruth Long, Age 88

I’m enjoying revisiting Ruth Long, Age 88 after a bit of a break. The story is drafted and is in the process of being edited. As that process is coming to an end, I’m looking ahead at continuing the series. When I started mapping out this series, I was inspired by series, like Modern Love […]

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The Ultimate 100 Book Reading Challenge

Are you ready for the challenge? I have been hard at work on editing Ruth Long, Age 88 and writing the 99 cent double feature. My new favorite editing tool is the read aloud feature in Word. I have to say there is something hilarious about hearing a Stephen Hawking -esc voice reading Ruth Long, […]

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99 Cent Novellas

I was recently asked about writing process so since I’m in early stages of working on a new project, I wanted to talk a little bit more about how I approach a new work. Finding Inspiration Every story begins as a basic idea. They come from a lot of different places. A conversation with a […]

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