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Writer Wednesday: Ode to Professor King

    “Most of what writers write about their work is ill-informed bullshit.”       You gotta love Stephen King, if not for his fiction, for the way he sets things straight and to the point. This is the … Continue reading

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Writer Wednesday: Experience Vs. Research

Someone asked me if I write what I know. For many, that would be limiting. We write what we know in some intuitive way, like people, emotions, relationships, and some places. But that’s not all we write. Nothing adds to … Continue reading

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