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Caught Between Eras

I’m sure visitors are wondering what in the world I could possibly be writing about in this post. This is a discovery I have made about myself and my writing as I am working on my edits and rewrites for … Continue reading

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It’s Not the Writing…It’s the Editing

You are probably wondering what I could possibly mean by the title of this post. I suppose it is mostly to readers out there. Some authors have written similar posts, but I guess I’ll add my two cents worth. Readers … Continue reading

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How I Got Talked into Publishing

I have mentioned briefly in “Life of a Teenage Writer” and a couple other posts that I didn’t have publishing in mind when I began writing. That was probably the LAST thing on my mind. All I cared about was … Continue reading

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Life of a Teenage Writer

I am sure there are people out there who wonder what it’s like to be a teenage writer. Some people already know. Some wrote for kicks or for escape like I did. From being a published author I have learned … Continue reading

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Living My Adventures

I have mentioned in earlier posts and interviews that my debut novel is based upon my imaginary backwood and backyard adventures. Whether or not some readers have read my interviews, they seem to pick up on that since it reminds … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Write Stories for Grown-ups

I have always had a hard time with growing up–when I was growing up. In some ways I did grow up, and in some ways I didn’t. I liked the part about being a bit more independent as an adult, … Continue reading

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The Only Writing I’ve Learned to Hate

  A writer hate writing? That seems a little weird doesn’t it? All writers have something they’re best at and something they struggle with or don’t like as much. I, on the other hand, can write almost anything (I did … Continue reading

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Socially Awkward…Confident Writer

Living an isolated life has made social interactions awkward. It takes a lot of strength for me to interact with people on a physical level. It is also very difficult for me to tell how I feel and deep thoughts … Continue reading

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Meeting the World from Home and Funny Stuff

Since I live so far out in the middle of nowhere it is difficult to go and meet people–physically¬†speaking. I also have a tough time speaking to people face to face because of my shy nature. We usually have to … Continue reading

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How the Backwoods Births an Author

When someone visualizes an author, they normally don’t think of someone from the boondocks–at least nowadays. Most of the time an author is someone from the city or the very least the suburbs. Most people¬†visualize people from the boondocks in … Continue reading

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