Monthly Archives: November 2013

Formatting It’s a Bitch

With all apologies to Mr. Jagger and Richards. So you have your plot all dialed in, your characters live and breathe in your readers’ minds and your grammar is spot on, not a comma out of place. All that remains … Continue reading

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My Session at the Arizona Library Association’s Annual Conference

I had the opportunity to present at this year’s AzLA Annual Conference. The title for my session was 6 Essential Apps for the Connected Librarian. I reviewed and covered six cloud based applications, Evernote, Dropbox, Chrome, Feedly, WordPress and Spotify. … Continue reading

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5 Writing Rules I’ve Learned…

This is another one from the old RSS feed.  This post comes from Dena Dyer at the Wordserve Writer Cooler. These are all lessons I have learned though unlike the author of the post I learned them from other sources. Still I … Continue reading

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Developing Your Voice

While going through my RSS feed I came across this guest post on the Killzone.com blog. 10 Key Essentials for an Authentic YA (or Adult) Voice Developing a convincing voice is essential to your success as a writer. This article … Continue reading

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Completed

So this week I completed the first draft of my Steampunk novel, The Fourth Prometheus. I am quite happy with how it turned out. Now I just have to see what my editor thinks. It could be the start of … Continue reading

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