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Novel approaches: part 9

I’ll often put in an 18-hour day, sometimes within 24 hours, but that usually includes time set aside for breakfast, lunch, dinner, at least two snacks, a 2- to 3-mile walk, the first half hour of Today, running errands to … Continue reading

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Novel approaches: part 6

It’s almost here. No, not Christmas. Not that Christmas isn’t almost here. It’s just that I’m a little hyper-focused on the publication of Two Birds, which – last I heard – will be out sometime in December. The book signings … Continue reading

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Novel approaches: part 2

If there’s one question I never get tired of fielding, it’s Is that your real hair? Another question I enjoy getting – one that actually pertains to writing (although my output has been known to suffer when I’m having a … Continue reading

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Novel approaches: part 1

My first novel, “Two Birds,” is scheduled to be published this fall. By “first novel,” I mean “the first book of the several I’ve written to be selected for publication.” The actual first book to be completed, “The Muralist,” came close … Continue reading

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