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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Sorry for the long silence. Last week was rough: two things that I was very excited about either fell through or got postponed, and I don’t really know why. The twin disasters spun me and choked off my voice. Good things … Continue reading
The Haunted Mansion Project trailer
Learning iMovie has been a slow and agonizing process, but I think I am finally happy with the book trailer I’ve made for The Haunted Mansion Project: Year Two. I really like book trailers. I love the idea of a … Continue reading
While I was at the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Workshop, I went through a novel that I just couldn’t finish writing and pulled out my favorite scene. In it, a rock’n’roll singer is methodically throwing wine bottles against a … Continue reading
It takes an army to learn to write
I have been blessed with an army of writing teachers. I’m sure I’ve forgotten some here, but these were so important to my growth as a person and a writer that their names are engraved on my heart. Let this … Continue reading
The Red Room Writers Society
I met Ivory Madison in October 2004 when I was a new mom with a colicky preemie. Before the baby came, I nourished fantasies of spinning out novels while she slept. Afterward, I learned to use naptime to shower or try to … Continue reading