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I frequently discuss the strange dichotomy of my writer’s desire to remain undisturbed and my baser human need for socializing. It’s probably because I feel that tug-of-war all of the time, whether it’s related to writing or not. The recent … Continue reading →
A few weeks ago, Monte Cook proposed an interesting effort for the month of August. Check it out. Because you might have noticed some negativity on the internet over, I don’t know, the past ALL TIME FOREVER. It’s part of … Continue reading →
Like so many things that I recommend, I’ll begin by saying, “Kids, don’t try this at home.” We spend countless hours and untold amounts of public funding educating children that anyone who speaks to them, can’t find a lost dog, … Continue reading →
Until recently, I’ve spent little time in contact with other writers. I felt as though I didn’t have an excuse since my name was, essentially, meaningless amid the noise of other non-NYT Best-Selling writers. And I still consider myself barely … Continue reading →