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Ten Things about Being a Writer

All of these things have happened to me on more than one occasion. I’m sure that there are many more things to list and other authors have different experiences, but one thing remains constant. We write because we have to … Continue reading

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When the room is spinning….

by Crymsyn Hart After finally recovering from an inner ear infection that left me reeling for six weeks, I think the room has finally stopped spinning enough for me to focus on things. It was hard though to make the … Continue reading

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Two or More Names

 By Crymsyn Hart Writing can be hard and it can be fun depending on how are characters are doing that day. If they are in a bad mood, then good luck trying to woo them. Sometimes, the characters break into … Continue reading

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Now What…

by Crymsyn Hart …do you do after you’ve gotten your momentum going and you’ve come to the end of your first chapter?  Questions run through the author’s mind. Where do I go from here? Where are the characters going to … Continue reading

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Tips for getting your own book written in 2012

by Gail Z. Martin So you want to write a book?  Congratulations.  Now it’s up to you to bridge the gap between “wanting” and “doing.” The hardest part of writing a book is making the commitment to set aside the … Continue reading

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What’s your writing resolution?

by Gail Z. Martin If you’re a writer,  what’s your writing resolution for 2012? Is this the year you’re going to finish your manuscript?  Find an agent?  Self-publish? Whatever your resolution, when are you going to get started? I know, … Continue reading

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Caught Between Zones

by Gail Z. Martin When I’m actively working on a book, I’ve found that I don’t like to read epic fantasy.  Part of it is not wanting to be subconsciously influenced by anything I’m reading.  Part of it is probably … Continue reading

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