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This year’s installment of NaNoWriMo marks the first time in ten years where I haven’t had a clue as to what to write. No. Really. It’s not that I don’t have plenty of things to write about or to work … Continue reading

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Yesterday, I spent the day at Leon & Lulu, a hip shop that once a year features local books and authors. This is my third year of attending. I have to say that I love this store. It features furniture, … Continue reading

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It’s amazing what one can find rooting around in your house. During a little spring cleaning, I found this poem I’d written a long time ago, between pages 136-137 in this Elvis Costello song book. This book belongs to my … Continue reading

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Please take careful note of the title. Writing for fun OR profit. Not fun AND profit. Because I’m not sure you can do both at the same time. I had been thinking a lot about this recently. I had quite … Continue reading

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I haven’t really fallen off a turnip truck and am suffering from amnesia, but we can always pretend. It’s just that I’ve been majorly overwhelmed. Pulled in too many directions all at once. Which makes me feel rushed. Which makes … Continue reading

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This was Barry Eisler at one SFWC. One of the best keynote speakers ever! Now that most of winter is over (such as it is, it’s been 40 degrees and mostly no snow, so I’m not complaining), and the holidays … Continue reading

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Are we all excited? Tomorrow, November 1, is the first day of NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. You know, the month where writers around the world sign up with glee, intending to pump out 50,000 words in 30 short … Continue reading

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