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Wow, this has been some year. Sickness, death, destruction. Problems, big and small. Sometimes I feel like I’m my own firehouse. I’m putting out fires left and right. I’m rescuing cats out of trees and running my own EMS station, … Continue reading

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After my second (or third, I forget) edit of Virtually Yours Forever, I decided to run my novel through Smart Edit. Smart Edit, for those who don’t know, is writing software that takes your words (yes, even novel length) and … Continue reading

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I know this post is totally off the wall. I’m procrastinating. I should be writing an outline. 🙂 I know a writer who is very mathematical when it comes to her stories and novels. She uses spreadsheets to map out … Continue reading

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Since my plane is delayed an hour due to Air Traffic Control mayhem somewhere in the country (where, I am not sure, since the weather here in Dallas is splendiforous), I thought I would quickly pound out a post on … Continue reading

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