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My Writing Process & Other Methods of Frantic Procrastination

This week’s blog prompt for #MFRW is entitled Plot Away—my writing process. Right away I knew that just wasn’t going to do for me, because I had a problem with one of the words. Plot. If you’ve been around my ‘cyber home’ you’ve heard me say repeatedly about how I’m a ‘panster’ when it comes to writing. (Loosely defined as a writer who writes by the seat of their pants). This makes it hard to explain my writing process; it’s kind of a secret. Even to me.
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When the Reality in Your Story is a Fantasy World

This week’s challenge for #MFRW is “Words that Make Me Go Ick!” The problem is, I love words! There are very few individual words that make me go ick.

 But there is one way that an author can weave words together that leaves me frowning, or skimming the pages…it’s when I’m forced to endure too much perfection.

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How I Hatch My Books From a Sentence & A Title #MRFW

Welcome to week 8 of the #MFRW 52- Week Blog Challenge! This week’s topic is how I choose a Book Title.

The truth is, most times I don’t choose my book title. The title chooses me. Continue reading

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