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Spouses and Writing

August 19, 2009


Let me begin by saying my wife is awesome.  (and no, she doesn’t even know about this blog, so I’m not saying this to butter her up) She’s very supportive of my writing job/hobby. Let’s face it, it’s a hobby until you’re getting some money for it. A very addictive hobby, but nonetheless.  She’s good […]

To hell with this!!

August 12, 2009


You ever have that feeling of just stopping with this whole writing thing?  Maybe after a seriously to-the-point critique, or maybe someone finds a major plothole in your story, or you get back 100 rejections from agents on a story you thought was good and saleable? I’m willing to bet writers who have ten books published […]

What would you do?

August 5, 2009


I’m going to give you a hypothetical situation to ponder and hopefully you will have some idea on what you would do. Let’s say you’ve written a story. It’s great. You love it and others who have read it, love it too. You had fun writing the story. You had fun getting it critiqued by […]