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…or Why I Don’t Write The blank page, dammit. If there is anything more distressing to a writer, it’s the occasional so-called ‘writers block.’ After all, we as artists are hard-wired to create. Some of us create using physical materials; … Continue reading

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This year’s San Francisco Writers Conference has had to have been the best one ever! I know, I know. So how bad could it be? It’s in San Francisco, my favorite place on the planet, full of things to do … 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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Image courtesy of Flicker. Just in time for the holidays… I am at my childhood home as I write this. Each time I come back here, a flood of thoughts comes to mind. Like the fact that I am Catholic … Continue reading

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I am the one person on earth who would never consider myself to be highly intelligent. If I were, I’d probably be a billionaire by now, but we know that’s not happening, so… yeah. I’m smarter than most, but not … Continue reading

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I have been armpit deep into a major developmental edit for the last eight months. It’s one that has delayed my getting Virtually Yours Forever off the ground and into the query queue for nearly a year. Might be the … Continue reading

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Yes, I’m still working on my work(s) in progress. Photo courtesy Creative Commons. I loved the way she smoked cigarettes. Yeah, we know smoking is bad for you. Cancer. Heart attack. Tarry kisses tinged in ash. An expensive addiction. It’s … Continue reading

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