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Funny this article came through my email blast today, regarding naming your characters. Just in time, right when I needed it. (As an aside: “Grayson?” Are you kidding me? I would have never come up with such a name. George, … Continue reading

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Another San Francisco Writers Conference has come to an end, and just as with the other SFWC I’ve attended, I’ve learned so much. Honestly, they could hold a month-long conference and there would still be things to learn. One of … Continue reading

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I come from a very large family, with lots of siblings and even more cousins. Even though my sisters and brother and I shared the same parents (and my cousins the same grandparents), our view of our collective upbringing varies … Continue reading

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