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Why Lying Is So Intriguing

The more we lie, the easier it becomes to repeat the offense! Continue reading

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Months Later, and Breaking Bad STILL Haunts Me

Yep. I’m a self-professed Breaking Bad-aholic. I’m not a fanatical fan by any means. But I’ve developed a very healthy appreciation for some of the BEST writing around. It’s been almost two months since I finished watching the series (courtesy … Continue reading

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Things I Learned from NOT Watching Breaking Bad

I know I’m in a minority, and admit that I finally started watching the first few episodes of Breaking Bad only a few months ago and stopped. Why? Because I realized, right away, that this was serious acting and serious … Continue reading

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Does Writing on a Computer Kill Creativity?

I admit that I’m at a bit of a crossroads when it comes to my fiction writing. I LOVE writing and can’t imagine a life without it. But it’s been feeling more cumbersome over the past year or so — … Continue reading

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My Transition to Pantster – aaaack! is all I can say

It’s been said there’s two ways of looking at things: the glass is half full, and the glass is half empty. No one ever told me there’s such a thing as your glass is dribbling all over the carpet. Since … Continue reading

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I Did Something I Thought I’d Never Do

This is what happens when you swear you’ll never do something. At some point, you eat your words because you ignore the promise and do it anyway. What is it I’ve done, you ask? *looks around, hoping no one will … Continue reading

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Why I’m Taking a Break from #Writing

One thing I hear over and over again is that writers should keep writing, no matter what. That you need to do it every day to keep the momentum, even if it’s a small number of words. That you have … Continue reading

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