Monthly Archives: October 2011


I’m about to reveal my age by this post – oh, wait, I did that in the last post, so I have nothing to hide! I graduated from high school in 1967. I was a cheerleader in those hope-filled years. … Continue reading

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When is it time to admit to yourself that you’ll never make a living as a fiction writer? When should you abandon your lifelong dream? When does the cost of pursuing that illusion become too high when the benefits are … Continue reading

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The Highs and Lows of Rewriting

After receiving multiple rejections from agents for Sentimental Journey, several of which said some variation of “very good writing but…” with the “but” usually followed by “too slow” or “didn’t keep me turning pages” or “I just didn’t love it … Continue reading

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