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Tag Archives: young adult fiction
And I may be wearing the same clothes I wore yesterday. I am on a self-imposed deadline, aided by my friend Rob. We’ve upped the ante by moving to a twice-weekly goal instead of once a week, and I missed … Continue reading
So here’s what I’m currently stuck on. Obvs, this will mean nothing to anyone reading this now who hasn’t read the ms, but I’m going to ramble on anyway. My MC has found a hidden staircase in the rather creepy … Continue reading
I’ve finally reached a point in this revision where something has flipped mentally. In a good way. What I mean is that the story has finally taken over so much of my attention that it’s crowding out my ability to … Continue reading
Quickie entry. Here is a note I left to myself on the ms: The last line says “I don’t know what this scene is about!!!” I have been staring at that note all day. I still don’t know. It’s a … Continue reading
Over the years, I have tried just about every writing productivity technique you can think of because…well, I’m lazy. Yes, procrastination is largely about avoidance and that is often about fear and that is often about exposure and perfectionism, but … Continue reading