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Blog 6

I really like the omniscient third-person narrator style of writing, because the narrator is privy to all facts and events relating to the story and can convey all characters’ thoughts and feelings to the reader. Each character gets a voice and I’m not stuck with staying with one character and not being able to see […]

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Blog 5

One of the issues I have a problem with is what I call the ‘Charlie Brown’ syndrome. Where the hero never seems to catch a break and the ‘bad guy’ is always one step ahead until the very end. I find this style of writing tedious. You won’t find this in my novels. One of […]

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Blog 4

I love Christmas. It is my favorite time of the year. I usually have all decorations and shopping done by the beginning of December. Then I can focus on baking goodies. I have made a lot of my own gifts over the years, so I start that in January. Sweaters, shawls, quilts, ornaments and jewelry […]

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Blog 3

I am a linear writer. I write from the beginning and tell the characters story that way. Some of the websites I accessed to learn how to write said I should write the ending first, then go to the beginning. Other websites suggested I make copious notes and fit them into the story where they […]

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Blog 2

I had only intended to write one book, however that one book was so long that it required me to split it in half and book two was born. I had to seriously think about how many pages I was willing to tackle when personally reading a novel. I figured if I had a limit, […]

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Blog 1

When I first started thinking about writing a book, vampires were all the rage, so I thought I would jump on that bandwagon. I took my thoughts to my family and they loved what I had outlined. Then I began writing and as I wrote things started to change. My vampire became an alien. HuH? […]

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