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Updates on the Fledgling Author

Time to suck it up and update anyone who cares about how being a professional author is going. I started attempting this seriously in November 2016, so it’s been about eight months. First of all: Hello to Georgianna (what a cool name.) I was afraid it might be creepy to use your personal email address, and my contact page doesn’t show comments so I’m saying thank you on here in hopes that you see it πŸ™‚ Second, Hi to Canada!…

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What’s Valuable About Words

This is an Insecure Writer’s Support Group post. To check out their site or sign up for the monthly blog hop, go here and enjoy all the awesome blog names (seriously jealous of a few of them). Posts might be thin for this month, with people in the throes of the first week of Camp NaNoWriMo (which I didn’t even know was a thing until this year. I’m hanging back to see how it all works before I dive in, so if…

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A Three Step Path to Acceptance When Your Partner is Not a Bookworm Too

I’m sitting on the couch, laughing because this part of the Terry Pratchett book is hilarious. In some place like a library or coffee shop I would get strange looks, maybe a smile. From my partner . . . not even a glance. He’s so used to it he’s learned to tune it out. We’ve been together for ten years and in that time I have learned that when I want to talk books, recommend authors, or geek out over the…

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3 Rules for Authors Who Are Full Time Parents

How do I manage to write full time and also be a full time mom? The short answer: I don’t. These two engagements do not happily co-exist. Any articles out there that confirm you can have kids at home all day and a writing job all day are glossing right over several very important details. Similar to advising tourists to head for the beautiful city of Tokyo and skimming past the small detail that there’s a twenty-story high Godzilla rampaging around those gorgeous high-tech streets.…

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