Monthly Archives: June 2014

Don’t Forget the Fight in Your Write

currently playing on my iPod: Crash Land by Twin Atlantic On Saturday, I led a workshop for the RWA’s Nashville chapter on writing fight scenes. It was a fun meeting complete with hair-grabbing, knees, and numerous references to Katniss and … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Music: Tunes for Writing and Other Passionate Endeavors

currently playing on my iPod: And If My Heart Should Somehow Stop by James McMorrow Every once in a while, I focus on some tunes that get me writing. Hopefully, these musical posts give other authors new muses and gift … Continue reading

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Blur the Line Between Fiction and Non

currently playing on my iPod: Romany Dagger by All Them Witches Recently, I picked up a pack of repro 16th century French playing cards at the Renaissance Faire (Whatever. It’s completely rad. If you don’t think so, you haven’t been.) and … Continue reading

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