Hand Written

Every once in a while I hear about someone who writes their novel by hand before copying it over to computer. And that amazes me. Before computers were part of our everyday lives, I used to write more by hand. Mostly class notes, homework, and journals, but not novels, because I wasn’t writing that then.…
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What A Bargain

  Recently I got this cool book from Barnes and Nobles. You know, the bargain racks with the cheap books, often hard cover, and usually non-fiction. This one was about royalty—kings and queens from the medieval times to now and their issues.   Like Vlad the Impaler, AKA Dracula (the real one) and Countess Elizabeth…
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The Big Reveal

Welcome to the Big Reveal   I enjoy reading author interviews, but often times they don’t ask the kindsof questions I wonder about. So I’ve assembled a group of writers atall levels, from un-agented to published, and every week I willhave a new question for them.   Do you tend to over-write or under-write?  …
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The Big Reveal

Welcome to the Big Reveal   I enjoy reading author interviews, but often times they don’t ask the kindsof questions I wonder about. So I’ve assembled a group of writers atall levels, from un-agented to published, and every week I willhave a new question for them.   Do you re-read books ever?   J.A. Bennett…
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My Very First

I’ve got something kinda cool to share. The very first story I ever beta read is coming out in about a month. In early winter 2011, I hooked up with Stacy Stokes through AgentQueryConnect.com when we were both looking for beta readers. I’m not sure how many she’d critiqued before, but it was my very…
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