Category Archives: Thoughts on Everything

Perfecting My Multi-Tasking Skills

Life after graduation is weird. I have way more free time now than a few months ago, when I was working myself to death finishing my graduate porfolio, but I’m by no means idle. Doing a lot of good work … 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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How YA Rocked My World, and Why I’m Never Going Back

Ok, maybe “never” is too strong of a word, but reading adult novels has become a rarity in my life. And I’m an avid reader. And avid reader with a BA in English. Literature, I get. But I still prefer … Continue reading

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Setting Priorities

Write to Publish was a great experience for a lot of reasons, but a few things really stood out. Among them, the answer Lilith Saintcrow gave when asked how full-time mothers can fit in time for writing. The answer can … Continue reading

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Embracing Imperfections

When I was in high school, I took immaculate care of my books.  They were pristine, perfect, display-ready models of all I wanted to achieve in life (my dream has always been to have a book published, preferably successfully).  Now, … Continue reading

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