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Critiques: A Writer’s BFF


I have observed some really upset writers after they’ve received written or verbal suggestions about their stories. And I think most writers at least wince (I know I do) when they receive a lot of edits. But you can actually learn to see these as gifts, huge favors, and even unexpected muses instead of personal …

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Writing Diary #7 & a Short Story


Now that the first book in my Trouble with Men series has launched I can focus more on my other projects. I’ve been working on the edits I received from my editor for book 2, The Trouble with Scarecrows, and I’m also working on the 2nd draft of my YA fairy tale inspired novel – …

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Writing Diary Entry #6


I received my second round of edits for The Trouble with Snowmen a couple of weeks ago and everything else came to a screeching halt! I’ve been a good girl and haven’t focused on anything except for those edits. So there are no updates on the other projects. I will say that editing/rewriting is my …

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Writing Diary Entry #5


Well, I don’t feel like it has been a very productive week … June 29 – July 5 Trouble with Men Series book #3 – words written: 3253 I struggled pretty much the entire week. Since I really don’t know anything about the end of my book yet, it’s trial and error. This week had …

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