Category Archives: Cross Genre

Building A Series (Using Locations as Characters)

At some point during the process of writing my first two books, I struck upon a surprisingly simple, yet potent idea: to use a famous and/or legendary location as a major character in each story. Almost by accident, I set up Bobby … Continue reading

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Editing and Discipline

Hello everyone. It’s been a while since my last post, so I thought I’d take a moment to be in touch with all my wonderful readers and give you an update. I am currently in the middle of editing book … Continue reading

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The Pool

I have an expression I use for when I’m able to truly visualize my characters and their stories––those times when it feels like I’m not creating so much as witnessing and chronicling their adventures. I call it ‘being in the … Continue reading

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