Category Archives: Writing advice

This Year’s Word

In 2019. Facebook advertised a company that would put a word of your choosing on a silver washer and make a bracelet out of it. I thought about it for a while, but I couldn’t commit to a single word. … Continue reading

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Nanowrimo in the Days of Covid

I had such good intentions for Nanowrimo this year. I was going to pull together all the pieces I’ve written about writing and assemble them into a workbook for the writers I mentor through the Horror Writers Association. The book, … Continue reading

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All the Morbid that’s Fit to Print

I wrote a ton of stuff earlier in the year and it’s all being published now. By now, I mean yesterday and today. First up, I am really proud of the story that appeared Friday on The Fabulist. This is … Continue reading

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The Spooky Writer’s Planner in Use

Last year, I decided it was time to finally make myself a planner that encompassed all the calendar pages, charts, and spreadsheets that I needed to keep charging forward as an author. I approached my friend, horror author Emerian Rich, … Continue reading

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Tools to Make Working at Home More Fun

So here we are again (or still), working from home until our chance at a vaccine finally comes along. Here are a handful of things that have helped me get work done in my breakfast nook/office over the last year. … Continue reading

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