Tag Archives: Growth

Making a Habit of Writing

Muses are unreliable. I love flashes of inspiration, those moments when I jolt awake at three AM with the realization that I have a scene in mind that demands to be written. But if I base my work ethic around … Continue reading

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Imagery and Inspiration

When I first started, I wrote stories that were like bizarre scripts. I treated settings, descriptions, and even action as necessary vehicles that brought characters together so that they could get to the important business of having endless conversations about … Continue reading

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