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Category Archives: about writing
Meridith asks: I’d love to hear more about how you commit to nanowrimo every year – how you make time while balancing family, work, etc., what motivates you to keep going, and how it’s different from your writing practice the … Continue reading
Tonight is turning out to be a difficult night to write. Not because I can’t find the words but because I feel crowded. I’m more sensitive than usual to the noises and presence of the people I live with. I’m … Continue reading
Micah, at NeutroisNonsense, made an exciting announcement a couple of weeks ago: Transgress Press had chosen them to be the co-editor on an anthology entitled Letters For My Siblings. Here’s some info, for more look to Micah’s post. Deadline: February 1, … Continue reading
A friend posted this article, Let’s Read About Sex, to my Facebook page and suggested that I consider answering the same questions in a blog post. Several writers were asked these questions: Why is writing about sex so difficult? What … Continue reading
When I started writing my novel, I saw it as a story about Buddy, a character similar to myself, sharing some of my experiences but having some that I’d never experienced. I knew that writing the bits I hadn’t lived … Continue reading
I did get some writing done while on vacation, but it wasn’t the ‘sit down at the keyboard with a furrowed brow’ kind of writing. Noooooo, my Muse was in a mood last week, striking when I was not in … Continue reading
Tonight my family and I will be flying out to Florida for spring break. We’ll be in the Cocoa Beach – Melbourne area staying with my not-inlaws, getting pool time, beach time and time with my wife’s relatives (both sides … Continue reading
What I’m trying to do with my novel is transform my personal journey into fiction without losing the truth of it. Buddy is definitely a part of me, sometimes a part of me I envy for his honesty and courage, … Continue reading
Before I head out of town and out of internet range for the weekend, I should empty my pockets and do a few updates. Illness Update: I’m finally well again. I got a flu virus right after I got my … Continue reading