Monthly Archives: November 2014

Different Starting Points That Are Really The Same Point

I’m a writer who tend to fly by the seat of my pants. My gut reaction to detailed outlines is they’re the same as writing for me, and sometimes outlining a book satisfies my muse to the point where she … Continue reading

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Snippets

Snippets from the work in progress. Since it’s a first draft, and I don’t have any delusions of grandeur that I write brilliant “don’t edit it” prose, I offer them to you as a sign of things to come. *** … Continue reading

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More Good Press – Cutting Room

There’s always room for good press. There’s a brief mention of my Oz story in the second half of the review, which looks at both of Ellen Datlow’s recent anthologies — Nightmare Carnival and The Cutting Room, and I thought … Continue reading

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