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The very first page of your novel

Honestly, its been a battle this week between end-of-the-school year errands, writing the blog and the fun challenge of picking out eye-glasses frames from Warby Parker.  But I’ve still got to write my pages, and  to re-think the very first one. … Continue reading

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Considering Nanowrimo? Stay on track with the brilliant “the 90-day novel” by Alan Watt.

The energy behind Nanowrimo is so contagious, it is impossible to resist.  The premise is to complete 50,000 words in the month of November to “win.”  In order to reach that 50,000 word goal, a lot of writing gets included … Continue reading

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Plotting A Novel

Plotting a novel seems like a basic tool all writers must have in their kit.  As I sit down each day and push my novel forward, I sometimes get scared thinking about the plot:  Is it moving too slowly?  Do … Continue reading

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