Monthly Archives: June 2019

Literary community support!

We talk a lot about our #literarycommunity , but it’s important for us all to walk the talk as well. Fellow author Daniel Coldspring is working to do just that, and I’m honored to be part of his author spotlights … Continue reading

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Not always what they seem

Part two (see Part one here) of casting for Burned Bridges brings us to the villain – or is she? The estranged (or not!) sister of victim Reggie is a force, and an enigma, who keeps PI Nate on his … Continue reading

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Casting: the sequel

Have you looked at the line-up of movies coming out this year? Nearly everything is a remake or a sequel; do we really need another Rocky?! But sequels – or a series – can be a good thing for scriptwriters … Continue reading

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The Death of a Writer

Originally posted on BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog:
I’ve been reading my dearest friend’s journals. Spiral-bound notebooks, cloth-covered hardbacks, loose-leaf paper in three-ring binders. Sorting out teenage angst and adult story notes, false starts and full pages. Some of the words…

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