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Tagged With: progress

In a Strange Turn of Events…

I met up with an old friend from high school yesterday. He was a brilliant artist back then and to this day has grown fantastically in his art.  We talked about books and illustrations, and the art of selling out (see previous post). So after our discussion, I became very excited about my next venture.  … Continue reading »

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Call Me Crazy…

But I started a new book. And it ain’t for kids. See, I was having a fantastic conversation with the lovely Kathleen, and discussed how at her new Publishing house, she’ll be senior editor of women’s fiction and amish romance. For those of you who are unaware, yes, amish romance does exist. So I laughed. … Continue reading »

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You know when …

you’ve got only 15,000 words written and you have the rest already written but it needs to be severely edited, so you section the sections off in four different sections with pretty paper clips and then you just stare at them for about half an hour, so you go get some water and reheat your … Continue reading »

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Book Signings and Parties

Actually, it was only one party. But we’ll get to that in a minute. So I had my first book signing exactly one week ago at Chapters Kanata. I had a lovely new friend come over and blow out my hair so it was lovely and long and straight. Then I put on my best … Continue reading »

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Resolved not to hide under duvet …

I didn’t write much on Wednesday. It was awful. I didn’t do much at all, actually. I think I wrote a thousand words, but that’s how long it took for Jackson Jones to get to his next spot to meet his next character. Today? I think I’ve written five hundred but I’m stuck on dialogue. … Continue reading »

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