Category Archives: Writing Process

Twenty-five


I will blame Cullen in the difficulty of this post (although I was the one who let him choose the difficulty level), but I suppose I actually will have some fun with it. Let me explain. I found this post … Continue reading

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Questioning the Process


I had an idea to write for a prompt that I found while on my lunch yesterday – but I’ve got Christmas shopping and plans for baking/family time on the brain, so much so that I can’t focus long enough … Continue reading

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Book: Young Truth


As you might know, I’m writing a book.  I had a mini-epiphany the other day at work concerning one of my main characters.  I considered posting the details of that revelation because it’s a nice twist, has to do with the main … Continue reading

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In Defense of Classical Studies


“What did you major in?” “Classical Studies.” “…Oh.  Interesting.  What does that mean?” I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve had that conversation since graduation (one year and one day ago).  To be honest, I had it several times … Continue reading

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On Writing A Novel


No preamble today… unless this counts as one. My first idea for my current book, a fantasy fiction piece, came to me this past February.  In less than a year, I have worked on character development (physical descriptions, personal histories, … Continue reading

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Welcome Back, November

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How dearly I’ve missed thee. If you’ll remember, I wrote an ode to November last year as an assignment in my creative writing class in the last quarter of undergrad.  If you feel so inclined, it can be read and … Continue reading

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Book: History of Evruse


Recently, I’ve taken a different focus for my book (working title: Shades of Tha’lassos); instead of writing about the main story, the one that details Naus’s life as a child and young man, I’ve decided to get to know my … Continue reading

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