Tag: writer’s life

Toasty Toes Help Words Flow!

  When I am writing, I am working long hours. Working long hours mean I need be comfortable. Have you ever been elbow deep in a scene but then you get sidetracked because your feet are cold or your pants are too tight? First of all, why are you wearing pants? I prefer to write…
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November 22, 2017 0

What’s in Your Snack Stash?

  Writers are notorious for one of two things; we either snack or we starve. I prefer to snack but if I don’t have anything close at hand…you guessed it. I’m going to starve. I recently had the opportunity to subscribe to a snack box at a discount and I am surprisingly pleased. I say…
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November 22, 2017 0

Perfection Is Overrated

There was an author in the 1920s who wrote 60,000 words a week. I wish I could remember his name. He wrote pulp, he pushed it out as quickly as he could, and the moment it left his typewriter, it was out of his hands. It went to an editor who tailored it to the…
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July 8, 2017 0
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