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Authors Answer 122 – Should You Write Every Day?

Heh…good question to post on a day where I feel like a useless lump and am not likely to do anything productive. Question 122 – Write every day. Do you agree or disagree, and why? I agree with making an … Continue reading

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Authors Answer 113 – Writing in 2016

Last answer of the year! Question 113: Looking back on 2016, how was your year in terms of writing? Well, beyond the standard ups and downs (such as losing all will to live during the desert summer and then losing … Continue reading

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Authors Answer 111 – Killing Off Main Characters

Sooooo.  Not that this is a spoiler or anything, but I do have a certain…tendency in my writing. Question 111: How do you (or would you) feel when you kill a main character? First, I laugh maniacally.  Second, I think … Continue reading

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Authors Answer 107 – Our Works in Progress

Question 107: What are you working on now? Any works in progress? Currently I’m waiting on final beta feedback, final review and cover art for my 4th book, The Bloodied Army. By the time you read this, I should also … Continue reading

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Authors Answer 99 – That Annoying English Class Question

Possibly I think too much. Question 99 – If something you wrote was read by an English class, how do you think they would answer this common question: What message is the author trying to convey? Heh, I have wondered … Continue reading

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Authors Answer 96 – Required Reading in English Class

Ahh, the dreaded high school reading list. Question 96 – What modern novel do you think should be included in high school English class? I’m really not a literature reader; my roots are in pulp fantasy and sci-fi and mostly … Continue reading

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Authors Answer 89 – Kick-starting Creativity

Question 89 – Is there a time, place or activity that helps get your creative juices flowing? I’ve found that as soon as I get up from the computer, get in the car and start driving to work, I have … Continue reading

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