Category Archives: Writing

A Cabin in the Woods

I’m going to just come out and say it: this is one of those posts I’ve been meaning to write for a while but for some reason or other kept putting off. Back in summer 2015 my father and I … Continue reading

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Let Her Rest

I’m all for trying out new things on this blog and not sticking to a format, so today I’m going to do something new, and that new thing is to cut right into a story to help me illustrate a point. … Continue reading

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Nobody Likes Rejection

Last month I started the “query process” for the book I completed in January. “Querying” is when writers try to interest a literary agent to represent them when their manuscript is submitted to publishers. On the surface it’s quite simple: … Continue reading

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Moving Right Along

Last weekend I really wanted to share my thoughts on college, but wouldn’t you know it, a load of work from my editor was DUMPED into my lap on November 2. I mean, a LOT of work you guys. At … Continue reading

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Summer 2015: Quitting Twitter

Yes, it’s October and I’m still talking about stuff I did over the summer. I know, I know. But in July I quit twitter and I think it’s important to talk about why I did so. Why is this such … Continue reading

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