Monthly Archives: March 2012

You Are Here … Is Coming!




I’ve now completed ten weeks, or 70 days, on my journey to write a novel draft.  I had given myself 100 days to write it, but since I’ve managed to write without missing a day since I started the journey … Continue reading

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100-Day Novel Writing Challenge: Week Eight




Before I met my partner I was never good at writing lists.  When I lived alone I’d try to remember what I needed to buy at the supermarket, and if I forgot something, I’d just run to the supermarket and … Continue reading

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Seamus and the Art of Repetition




“I don’t know if I ever mentioned this,” Gail Collins cheekily wrote in her New York Times op-ed column yesterday, “but Mitt Romney once drove to Canada with the family Irish setter on the roof of the car.” I’ve been reading … Continue reading

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100-Day Novel Challenge: Week Seven




For the past few weeks my writing day has started not with actually writing, but with my usual rounds on the Internet:  checking my Facebook page (no new messages), checking out my Twitter feed (no new followers), checking out my … Continue reading

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An Interview with Eileen Granfors




A couple of weekends ago I attended the 2012 San Francisco Writer’s Conference, where among a crowd of talented writers I had the pleasure of meeting author, blogger, and Top 500 Amazon reviewer Eileen Granfors.  An enthusiastic writer and reader … Continue reading

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