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A WhirlWind Fall!

Autumn certainly has blown into my life with a whoosh this year! We left on September 30th for a two-week vacation in Florida from our home in Massachusetts. One week in Tampa, and the other lying on the beach in … Continue reading

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Do Writers Ever Take a Vacation?

I just wrapped up the in person events on my annual Novel Fun in the Summer Sun book tour, and am looking forward to enjoying time on Cape Cod with my family. But I haven’t had a real vacation for … Continue reading

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Writing From Real Life by Tina Susedik

When people find out I’m an author, I get the usual questions: Are you published? How many books have you written/published? How much money do you make? Where do you get your ideas, etc., etc., etc. We’ve heard them all … Continue reading

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How being a doctor has made me a better writer.

Well, hello thar! Long time, no blog! 😛 Today I’m talking about how being a doctor has made me a better writer, the second in a two part series Carole Ann Moleti and I decided to conjure up for everyone. … Continue reading

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En garde Rough Draft

I’m in the middle of a fight. My rough draft is my opponent, and right now I feel like I’m losing. I’m frustrated. However, I have to remember that this is how I feel every time I write a rough … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of The Muse

Often, as writers, we think of the muse as “other” or something apart from ourselves. I’d argue that she’s always present. There to be coaxed out to play. Join me today as I ponder the muse. The creative muse is … Continue reading

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The mad rush for THE END.

Writers, you know what I’m talking about. You hit the 75% mark on the WIP and suddenly the entire book opens up. Whether you’re a pantser or a plotter, everything is startlingly clear and every scene is officially mapped out in … Continue reading

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