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Sailing Your Ship

"I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship." - Louisa May Alcott

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Das Kapital for Writers: Part Three

'Mo Money, 'Mo Problems: The Nitty Gritty of Financial Management in Your Writing Career

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The Grief-Armies

A Writer's Book Hangover

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Director's Cut

Why outtakes are necessary in both writing and film

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Lessons From Lexie #1

A regular series I'm starting that deals with all the tricksy things this writer comes up against working on a serialized, multiplatform adventure. Also: cover reveal!

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Faulkner's Six and the Placeholder Protagonist

What Faulkner, my agent, and Katniss Everdeen Taught Me About First Chapters

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Revision As Whittling

A short workshop

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The Editorial Note That Saved My Manuscript

Guest Post on Lisa Papademetriou's fabulous site

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Blog Hop!

The Easter Bunny ain't got nothin' on this

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My Trilogy Balancing Act

On finishing the first draft of the second book in the Dark Caravan Cycle

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Magic System Meltdown: On Revising A Fantasy Trilogy

If it was easy, I probably wouldn't want anything to do with it.

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Summer Reading Fantasy Bootcamp

Arm yourself against the haters

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Revise, Revising, Revised

Just like my manuscripts, I'm a work in progress.

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And So It Begins: Adventures in MFA'ing

I say: so far, so good.

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Tinkering/Process

Being aware of how I work was a big step for me as a writer and now that I know how I am about the between-drafts part of my process, the more ownership I?m able to take of my approach to craft.

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