1. The photo Jennifer posted is of my parents and I at a backyard wedding.
Does it sound wrong to you? If you're not sure, how about this:
2. My in-laws reciprocated my respect for their … Continue reading >>
Do readers always assume that writers are always writing about themselves? It happens in poetry, but I didn't think it did with fiction, until I gave a public reading of an excerpt from my novel where … Continue reading >>
Why do some writers torture themselves with procrastination? Some writers fear failure, and you can’t fail at something you aren’t doing. But not writing at all is also a failure, so then guilt sets … Continue reading >>
Through a tweet or post somewhere, I stumbled on The Marshall Plan for Novel Writing, by agent and author, Evan Marshall: “By following this 16-step program, any writer can fulfill the dream of … Continue reading >>
If you like dark stories with flawed narrators who go to frightening extremes, Bad Marie, by Marcy Dermansky is for you. As a writer, I learned much from studying the main character, Marie.
After … Continue reading >>