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Edit? You mean I’m not done yet? (Encore)

Whoa. Edit my own book? Where would I even start? For most writers, especially those who haven’t already completed at least a couple full-length novels, you need to let your work cool off before you do anything. Why? Because your brain believes your … Continue reading

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Sometimes…

…you’ve just gotta resist temptation. And most especially if you’re writing a memoir. Trouble is, there are several temptations which often crop up during the writing of a memoir, and in almost every case, caving to any of them will … Continue reading

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The little stuff matters, too. How to write a novel–part 19

Let’s say you’ve reached that point in your latest writing project when you think it’s safe to relax. You typed “The End” on it days ago, and you’ve finally resurfaced after drinking yourself into a well-earned state of oblivion. Life … Continue reading

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