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Top 10 Tips To Write That Book

I’ve been an author for far less time than I’ve been an engineer. In that meager time though, I’ve been asked some pretty funny (NOT!) questions by people–friends, acquaintances, and strangers alike. One of the commonest has been, “You know, I’ve

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Momentum Is Everything

I am stuck. Pathetically, hopelessly stuck in the muck of inertia. Usually, I roll along pretty nicely. I jump nimbly from one project to another, handle down times and deadlines with equal (almost) poise. I hardly ever have writer’s block.

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Drying Up

Never imagined dedication lines could bite me on the hind side. Among the many surprising things I’ve discovered since I started writing, here’s one more: those pesky one liners are tough to handle. Around eight years ago, when I started

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Another One Leaves The Nest

The thrilling, heartbreaking, and unputdownable third book of The Lightbound Saga–Maia and the Regency Protocol–is now live. All I need to do until the book tour happens next month is send out print copies to some very special people who

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Jumping, With Chopped

Weird topic, right? What’s a writer got to do with jumping and what’s jumping got to do with Chopped, you’ll wonder. I’ll get to that eventually. I think. First though, I have to tell you a secret. I am a

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