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Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Keep a little of your self for yourself
I sometimes worry that, although I am writing fiction, readers may try to “decode” the story by retracing my steps to find the original sliver of my reality that served as the starting point, and then take it one step too far to try and decode me.
I feared that I would end up putting so much time and effort into something that just wouldn’t work.
Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Learning how to write, part two
Now, I’m in Ames, nervous and excited and ready as I’ll ever be for this new phase of my writing life.
Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Duotrope and the resume of failures
Alongside the resume I regularly update, I have another document that gets a similar treatment that’s almost like my resume’s shadow.
Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Practicing voice
Over the course of the four novels, I became so familiar with the voice of the point of view character, a woman named Elena Greco, that I felt myself unconsciously starting to write in it.
Author Toolbox Blog Hop: Learning how to write
I was most excited about writing when I felt I was learning the most about it.