Month: December 2011

You Put Your Whole Self In…

You know that feeling, when you’ve just finished reading a book and the characters are still rattling around your head? Or the plot holes are making swiss cheese of your afterglow? Or even that you’re desperate to re-immerse yourself in the world of the characters you’ve just spent time with? Well, imagine all of that …

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Shadow of the Hunter

I’m not really sure exactly how many words a picture paints, but our cat Porsha (she was a rescue cat and pre-named, so it isn’t our fault) serves as a pretty good illustration. Today’s topic is time. And, while it flies like the wind and goes after itself for Cyndi Lauper, it’s also a huge …

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Smart writers do it this way

Not so long ago, I was chatting away with fellow writer Terrie Leigh-Relf about our writing (there were probably other topics in there too) and the inevitable relfection on the year that’s passed. We’ve planned to each go away (i.e. offline) and come back with our writing goals for 2012. I know, the very mention …

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Come on in out of the cold

Hello there, One of the things that impresses and surprises me is how willing other writing professionals are to share resources. Whether it be white papers, links, freelance writing websites or other useful reference material, there is a genuine sense of community out there. Yes, we are all in competition to the extent that we’re …

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