Tag Archives: writing process

Losing the Safety Net

I cut ties with a lot of things during 2020. RWA, my local writing chapter, my publisher and my agent are all in my rearview mirror. As a result, I find myself approaching 2021 like a bird with brand new … Continue reading

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When Life and Goals Collide

This is the white board in the office I share with the Captain outlining my to-do list for the summer. I’m behind. I had such plans for the year. If you read my last blog, you know my ambition has … Continue reading

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The Most Important Writing Tip

Of all the writing tips and advice a writer will receive in his/her lifetime, this, in my opinion, is the most important: There is no one right way to writing a book.  Some writers intricately plot their stories, some fly by … Continue reading

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Four Questions About My Writing Process

When New York Times bestseller Selena Blake tagged me to be part of the “Writing Process” blog tour, I had to say yes.  After all, Selena was one of the authors who helped me with my RWR Article “Seven Habits … Continue reading

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