Oh, I’ve won some writing awards (it’s the reason why my books MY PROBLEM WITH DOORS and MEGAN were published- they were both honored in a writing competition), and was very grateful, but it still feels odd to me. I have no problem telling someone that a story they have is great, for example, or another writer that their story needs work, but to say one is better than the other… there is that queasy feeling again. Continue reading
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Authorgraph & Me
- Is Historical Fiction a Good or Bad Thing?
- Loving Goodreads (And Some Reviewing Suggestions)
- New WKAR Book Review: The Way North edited by Ron Riekki
- Disneyland’s Silent Gift
- Six Thoughts on Disneyland
- Hey! I was the letter H in the #AtoZChallenge!
- Five Things I Am Into Right Now, April 2014
- “…an imaginative and entertaining escape” Historical-Fiction.com reviews A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM!
- New WKAR Book Review: The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick
- Panic in the Writing Mind
It’s like a Table of Contents… but not.
- "Is Historical Fiction a Good or Bad Thing?" New post today taking on this #writing question- wp.me/p1g2N4-1eD #writetip #HistFic 54 minutes ago
- @eidolonrising I thought it summed up the argument nicely too. As a writer, I thought it ruined the character growth of the Kingslayer. 1 hour ago
- Great article on a disturbing TV writing decision- 12 Reasons That 'Game Of Thrones' Scene Matters huff.to/1jFvP9m via @HuffPostTV 1 hour ago
Forward into the past….