Monthly Archives: November 2010

Oh, The Places We Go…To Write

When I came across the part in Stephen King’s On Writing where he discusses how each writer should have his/her own writing space, I thought, huh—yeah, that’s what I need.  A nice space conducive to writing. So I set up a little office … Continue reading

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It’s Kind Of A Funny Story-Better than Kind Of Good

I finished reading Ned Vizzini’s It’s Kind Of A Funny Story a couple of weeks ago.  So, yeah, this book came out a while ago and you’re probably wondering why I’m just getting around to it now. Well, first of all, … Continue reading

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The Roadrunner Syndrome—or, How Do You Write?

So, I’m done with my novel, am done polishing it (for now) and must walk away from it.  In the meantime, I  MUST do something to distract myself from thinking about it.  And the only thing that can distract me is … Continue reading

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