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The things you never worried about knowing while reading Pride and Prejudice: Just what was Lizzie wearing underneath her gown?  I guess it would never signify, since occassion “on stage” never called for her to take off her gown. Writing a romance novel set in the Regency era changes all those things you never wondered […]

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2011 Literary Challenge

by | December 10, 2010 | 7 comments

For a change, and for some fun and good mental enrichment, I plan to engage in a literary (but non-writing!) challenge in 2011. I found this out on the Internet.  Thanks, Internets!  Here’s a copy/paste from the originator of the challenge. Victorian Literature Challenge 2011   What you need to know: This challenge will run […]

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A writer is a writer because even when there is no hope… she keeps writing anyway.   –Junot Diaz Writer’s block is creativity block and it can be frustrating.  Many writers claim not to get it at all.  More power to them, I say.  Unfair are those same writers’ claims that it doesn’t exist at […]

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“For the creator there is not poverty and no poor, indifferent place”  —Rilke   Rainier Maria Rilke was born in what is now Czech Republic, of humble but not impoverished beginnings.  He, among other things, was a poet and philosopher, rubbing elbows, at the turn of the century, with students of the likes of Sigmund […]

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Much Ado About Noting

by | December 2, 2010 | 0 comments

“A writer is a writer because even when there is no hope… she keeps writing anyway.”  –Junot Diaz One thing I’ve noticed as I begin to associate more with other writers is that our processes tend to be wildly different.  What one writer does and works so well for her may not necessarily work very […]

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This blog gets its name from the catchphrase of NaNoWriMo, “Thirty Days and Nights of Literary Abandon.” And, for the past five years, I’ve set the majority of extra-professional life aside to participate in the phenomenon.  It has, in my opinion, paid off.  I am a much better writer than I was when I did […]

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