Monthly Archives: September 2010

Writing Software

I have struggled for years to find a good solution to writing a full-length novel on the computer. I tend to get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of words on the screen once a project hits 7k or so in … Continue reading

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Pratchett and an Appropriate End

I read an interview today from the Guardian (a UK news source) who interviewed Terry Pratchett, author of over 50 novels, primarily set in a fantastical world called the Disc. He is my husband’s favorite author, and features pretty highly … Continue reading

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The Power of Revision

I used to think the best part of writing was imagining new worlds and painstakingly (or in a sudden rush of elation) drafting a new scene. Don’t get me wrong, those parts are still fun, particularly if I already have … Continue reading

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