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A different point-of-view

First, I’m listening to The Narrative Breakdown podcast these days, and I love it! So much useful information on writing, craft, and storytelling. I am again revising my novel, concentrating on the 150 pages or so written in my female … Continue reading

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Trust Your Judgment (or, some final thoughts on the thesis, editing, and feedback)

My novel/thesis project is now at my university, on my advisor’s desk, and I am waiting on her final approval. What a journey! Two years ago, the thought of getting a master’s in writing was little more than a brief … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Odds and Ends

Two weeks ago, I fought my way through 6 pages of revision. I hated my writing, and I’m pretty sure my writing hated me back. Last week, before I began revisions of the next chapter, I sat with my pages … Continue reading

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Slowing Down

I am a procrastinator for many things: housework, filling out the kids’ numerous school forms, scheduling appointments for myself, etc. With writing, too, I often put off a project until I must work on it, or else I am quite … Continue reading

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