It was my first trip abroad in 32 years. For two months I wandered solo from Paris to the French countryside and attempted time-travel. In my computer was a half-completed novel called Looking Glass Girl.
Many people have been asking me what Deep Characterization is. I know what it is to me, but I wanted to share some of Janet Lee Carey’s thoughts on her Deep Characterization practice,
I loved IN THE TIME OF DRAGON MOON! And not just because I was around as it was being born.
I don’t know about you, but after years of writing, I notice that I get into a stylistic rut. As I have mentioned before on this blog,
Dad had a birthday today. “I never thought I’d live to 82,” he said.
“Dad,” I told him,
…and teen non-writers deserve them, too.
Teens have taught me a bunch about writing over the last couple of decades–both the teens who have already written five novels and the ones who would rather scrub under the refrigerator than pick up a pen.
The secret blog entry in the link below was a tentative step toward the chasm.
Saturday, March 27 9:30-4:00 in Monroe, $25!
I’m so excited about this!!!
Many of you have asked me about writing workshops for adults.