Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hope is scary

Originally posted on Words with Salt:
A friend of mine and I recently talked about signs. Things that are more than happenstance, a glimpse into something designed, destined, happening with certain and perfect reason, and then we talked about the…

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Can’t wait for this to come out!

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Wax on Wax off – the Lo-Lo down

My very first concert was the New Kids on the Block. I was totally into them. I had the shirts, cups, the dolls, and pretty much everything else. I remember I went away for a week with friends and my … Continue reading

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12 Things I Learned While Writing “The Treemakers”

This book is awesome. But also this blog post is on some serious point!

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How to kill a Beta…

Originally posted on Logan Keys Fiction:
B, Seems as though you and I need to have a little talk. This likely will be an uncomfortable conversation— well mostly for you, but listen to what I say very closely… And please…

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5 Tips For Long-Term Writing Success

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
The Internet is overflowing with all kinds of “guidance.” Often, we have to learn by trial and error. What’s sound and what’s a shill? Being a Fort Worthian, I’ve learned that comedian Will…

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8 Ways You’ll Screw Up a Story as a New Writer, And How Those Mistakes Can Help You (Part 8)

WAW This advice has been great! “You should not doubt yourself to the point where it paralyzes you.”

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