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Determination


I hate writing, I love having written. – Dorothy Parker Do you know what the single most important characteristic of a writer is? Determination. Determination translates to the discipline that sees you to writing even when you don’t feel like … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions


New Year’s Resolutions are cliche. We all know it – there’s a part of us that cringes every time those three little words are uttered. The idea that we haven’t lived up to our own expectations in the past year, … Continue reading

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Alpha Female Teaser


Dei Caylist has come home following the death of her little sister and finds herself bombarded with everything she’d abandoned years ago: grief, bloody memories and her remaining packmates desperate to keep their lives and their home. Two years ago, … Continue reading

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Academy of Villainy: 7 Things an Antagonist Should Never Do


You don’t really understand an antagonist until you understand why he’s the protagonist in his version of the world. -John Rogers — Isn’t that the truth? It seems like there’s a been a movement over the past couple of years … Continue reading

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8 Steps to Writing Better Fiction


Yeah, I know what your English professor tried to tell you. But if your English professor could make a living writing fiction, they would have been doing it. – Dean Wesley Smith Writing fiction is hard, and in some ways … Continue reading

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