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Yes. That’s right. For a limited time, I’m offering my services as an editor and writing coach. Are you a developing fiction writer working hard to hone your craft, or an accomplished scribe, ready to level up, before hitting the … Continue reading

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So…exciting things are happening. Amazing, wonderful things! I blogged about 2012 being The Year of Impossible Things, and suddenly, some things are starting to look…well, pretty darn possible. But. Here’s the deal. Here be dragons. Okay, maybe there’s just one … Continue reading

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We’ve all heard about (or maybe even know!) writers with bad additudes–scribblers who are bitter, self-important, unrealistic, or just plain old hard-headed. I worry about that quite a bit–I don’t want that to be me.  I’m no expert, but here’s … Continue reading

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**spoiler alert** So I saw the movie SKYLINE this weekend. It was dissappointing, to say the least. SKYLINE is a bad movie that could have been great. As I watched the big screen, I couldn’t help but see the movie as a semi-solid … Continue reading

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Recently, my school hosted Kate Klise for an author visit. We have one every year, and the kids are always excited to hear the stories behind the books they check out from our library. Have you read Kate and Sarah … Continue reading

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Browse the bookstore shelves for books on the craft of writing. Better yet, run an internet search with the terms “writing advice.” Go ahead, Google it. There are only 102 million hits, right? Yeah, lots of “advice” to be found in … Continue reading

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As a school librarian, I can’t tell you how many times people offer used, new or self-published books for the school library. For one reason or another, nine times out of ten, they are not appropriate for our collection. Want … Continue reading

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