Category Archives: Writing Strategies

The End Of Peggy.

It wasn’t long before I realized that Peggy was dead weight. Her reaction to my de-friending became increasingly hostile. Even Joel had no idea how to handle her; I’d reached my breaking point. I knew I had to let her … Continue reading

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On (re) Writing a Novel

Upon Lynne’s request, I have started rewriting the novel (about half way through, to be more exact).  The first draft of Milk and Honey was written in third person narrative, which created a distance from the novel’s characters; this distance … Continue reading

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Points of Entry

Sometimes, the first line is the hardest.  I have compiled this list of stunning first lines, guaranteed to impress the most discerning of cat-fish in the river.  Enjoy! “Shiloh awoke that morning with a sense of calm which had been … Continue reading

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