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Writer People #1: The Prosaic/Poetic Info Dump Technique

Today, I’m working on the Boston Story that I drafted as part of NaNoWriMo. It’s an urban-fantasy-time-travel epic that demands far more world building than anything I’ve ever done. It’s a pain in the ass. It starts off as an … Continue reading

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Adrian McKinty on Bee Candy:

“…a gorgeous, heartfelt, bittersweet novel of love and grief and the possibility of redemption.” I’ve mentioned McKinty’s Forsythe trilogy, and reviewed his novel Falling Glass here on the blog. (I’ll be writing up my review for The Cold Cold Ground soon, but … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons to Read an eBook Today

10. Instant gratification. Discover a title you’re dying to start? Standing in a long line with nothing to read? Whip out your smartphone, browse, and download. You’ll have what you’re craving in seconds. 9. You do not have to choose … Continue reading

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“…the most beautiful human obsession.”

According to Daniel Levitin’s This is Your Brain on Music, it’s, well, music. If you’re reading this blog, you’re aware that I agree with Levitin, if for no other reason than it justifies my own obsession. I know I should … Continue reading

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