Category: writing

May 11

Seeing Things, Part 5: Doing My Part

Dear Blog Friends, I have witches in my urban fantasy.  Of course, lots of people have witches in their fantasy, but the thing is, I have real witches. I’m not a witch myself, but I have friends who are witches, and if I were ever to join a religion, it would likely be Paganism because …

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May 09

Seeing Things, Part 4: Media Frustrations

Dear Blog Friends, Wow! Thanks for all your support and advice. Right now it feels like I’ve been drinking from the fire hose.  I’ve read a lot of different blog posts about people who have epublished. Here are some of the links I went to, many of which were provided by my partner-in-crime (and sister-in-law) …

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May 06

Seeing Things, Part 3: Dream Settings

Dear Blog Friends, I got a new twitter account, if you want to follow it.  The name is Seabingen.  Seabingen is the name of the city that I set my first novel in, and right now it’s the name of the whole series set in that town. I know that sounds like a strange name, …

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May 04

Seeing Things, Part 2: Why I Started Writing

Dear Blog Friends, As I mentioned on Monday, I’m about to embark on a journey, of sorts, at the end of which I will hopefully answer the question “Have I been put on this earth purely to serve as a warning to others?”  Now I’m going to tell you a little about why. Wait. Maybe …

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May 02

Seeing Things, Part 1: The Big Idea

Dear Blog Friends, So here’s my big update. I’m planning to epublish my first novel. If it goes well, I’m going to follow it with the second and third, to make a nice, neat trilogy. This is the plan, and it’s one of the scariest things I’ve ever done.  Bear in mind that I’m not …

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