Onomatopoeia List

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    One thing I’ve always enjoyed in writing is onomatopoeia. There’s just something about words like squish or plopped that just grabs your attention as a reader on a level so much more than something like, “the giant man-eating … Continued

Writing in Weird Places

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From in the shower, to bathroom stalls, to in the porch while locked out of the house… What’s the weirdest place you’ve done it? Writing that is, you perv! I’ve always been against the idea of ‘ritualistic writing’. I’ll admit, … Continued

Writing Update #June 2016

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Another long month of editing and constant man flus (it’s a real symptom, look it up!) Moonstruck and Monsters have come a long way but still need more work until I’m happy with them. Mostly tweaking some formatting and issues I … Continued

Writing Update #May 2016

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Writing Update May 2016 This month, I’ve been slowing down my writing. By choice? Not so much. My work breaks have changed from 1 hour to 30 mins so I’ve lost a good chunk of time I used to dedicate … Continued

Importance of Leaving Reviews

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Importance of Leaving Reviews   You’ve probably seen writers asking their readers to leave reviews of their work at places like Amazon or Goodreads; if you read any self-published stuff, you’ve undoubtedly seen the call-to-action that is almost always at … Continued