A Book to Get Lost in: Wilde’s Fire by Krystal Wade

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I have a confession… this book is the very first YA digital book I’ve ever purchased.  Sure I’ve downloaded many a free book on the craft of writing and a few free romances that I have yet to ever open, but this is the first I’ve actually paid cold hard cash, errr charged to my […]

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Coming Down with a Terrible Case of Irritable Writer’s Syndrome

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I know this has happened to you writers out there.  You’re writing a scene that’s highly emotional or approaching the climax of the story.  Your characters are almost to their low point, their black moment, all hope is lost.  You are crushed for your characters.  You have to keep writing…get them out of their quandary […]

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A Book I Just Can’t Stop Thinking About

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My current WIP is a contemporary YA.  That said, I’m reading a lot of contemporary stuff of late.  I went to the library to pick up a couple books and stumbled across this amazingly brilliant book… Stay With Me by Paul Griffin.  The cover probably caught my eye or perhaps it was the title.  I […]

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Look What I Got for Christmas…

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The watchband on my Timex broke at the end of October.  Unfortunately, it’s one of those watchbands that require you to send it back to the manufacturer for repair.  I had to do that with my Nike watch and they  got it back to me super fast, but it’s an inconvenience nonetheless.  So my husband […]

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Distractions

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Do you ever find yourself trying to write, but distractions abound, keeping you from the task at hand?  Here are some of mine… <—My Kindle   My Phone—>        <—Reading Blogs    Games—>      <—Oddly addictive reality television shows…          Research—>         <–A never ending TBR pile   […]

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Thoughts about welcoming in 2013

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Yesterday we had a dreary January 1st.  It rained all day and not just a couple spots of drizzle, it was a steady rain that made you want to curl up with a good book beside the fire.  Or take a nap to sleep off the previous night’s revelry.  My family and I decided a […]

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