Category Archives: Introductions

Book Recommendation: Wired for Story, by Lisa Cron

“It is only by stopping to analyze what we’re unconsciously responding to when we read a story…that we can then write a story that will grab the [reader]. This is true whether you’re writing a literary novel, hard-boiled mystery, or … Continue reading

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You’re here!

If you’ve come over by way of Writing Under Pressure, Thanks! Know that I’d brew you a strong cup of coffee and serve you a cupcake if technology would allow it. Really, though, make yourself comfy, take a peek around … Continue reading

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Curiosity, Minus the Cat

Writers, by nature, are curious people. We are always searching for the who and the where and the what, digging up answers from our psyche – or the psyche of an imagined character – to create story after story. We … Continue reading

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