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Archive for November, 2009

A Holiday Contest

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving! I’m over at Writer Unboxed today talking about a special holiday contest for this month. Stop by!

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Why I (re)Write

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

Junot Diaz had such an amazingly inspiring article on Becoming a Writer the other day. My favorite quote: . . . in my view a writer is a writer not because she writes well and easily, because she has amazing talent, because everything she does is golden. In my view a writer is a writer […]

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Aspiring Writer Q and A part two

Friday, November 13th, 2009

The road to publication is a long and bumpy one. Sure, there are those instant success stories, but for the most part every author out there has had their own personally roller coaster ride of a journey towards finally, finally signing that first, miraculous book contract. I certainly had mine. And–though I don’t at all […]

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A Podcast

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

If you have a spare twenty minutes or so–or if you’re like me and like to have a distraction while folding laundry, cooking dinner, or whatever–the incredibly kind David Wilk invited me to record a podcast interview for his radio show, WritersCast. You can find our conversation here. Thanks so much for having me, David! […]

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Happy November!

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

Happy November, everyone! Are you NaNoWriMo-ing? I can’t believe how many people are–it’s amazing! The whole idea is pretty much the polar opposite of anything that works for me as a writing process, so I’m not myself. But I think it’s incredibly great that it gets so many people excited about writing and just sitting […]

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