Category Archives: Thoughts on Writing

Writing habits, Nanowrimo, and creativity-block are just some of the topics I might think about occasionally.

Thoughts From KidLit Con

I had a great time at the conference. I ended up doing just as much networking for RainTown as I did for Whirlabout (and even some for Ooligan), but that’s ok. It’s all part of what I do, after all. … Continue reading

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This Side of November

Well, Nanowrimo has come and gone. It is always such a wonderful experience. Honestly, November is one of my favorite months. It’s also usually one of my busiest months of the year. For some reason, I tend to overpack my … Continue reading

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Why You Shouldn’t Fear Your Editor

Contrary to urban legend, editors are not actually out to corrupt your artistic vision. They’re out to make your book better. Everyone needs an editor. And when I say “everyone,” I mean everyone. Big authors, small authors, and everyone in … Continue reading

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