Month: April 2012

Disconnect to Reconnect

As writers we spend so much of our time banging our heads against the proverbial or literal wall trapped in our climate-controlled offices, staring at blipping cursors, and trying to figure out how to make our characters real and alive on the page.  It’s often, however, that, while we are distancing ourselves from the world …

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Writing Sucks.

Writing sucks.  Plain and simple.  Being a writer isn’t glamorous (it’s long, lonely and often deprived days and nights of self-induced solitude); it’s rarely fun (try having eye strain from hours of staring at a computer screen, or muscle spasms from sitting hunched in one position trying to get a single sentence right or two …

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