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Writing about zombies

This week, I picked up Getting Buried in Vegas, which I wrote for NaNoWriMo back in 2008. It’s one of my unfinished novels that I’ve always wanted to get back to. I’ve considered revising it as a screenplay. I’ve also … Continue reading

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11/1 – 11/15: 52,208 words

I finished¬†There Was No Second Date on Friday, weighing in at 52,208 words. On the NaNoWriMo validator, it shows up as a lot less, but I blame the email headers in the Interludes. Anyway, here is a lively excerpt from … Continue reading

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Halfway Mark

My mom likes to tell this story as an example of what it was like to parent me. We had this tradition where my parents would buy a bunch of toys, wrap them up, and give them to us every … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2013 started Friday

As you know, I like to participate in NaNoWriMo, the month-long writing challenge to write a novel in 30 days. This year is no exception. I am writing¬†a chick lit novel called “There Was No Second Date,” in epistolary format. … Continue reading

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