Tag Archives | Novel

Great Post by Angela Hunt

If you’re a writer-wanna-be or a seasoned novelist, Angela Hunt’s post here will bless you.

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Views from my Writing Turret

Views from my Writing Turret

I’ve been locked inside my writing turret this week (and for the next three weeks) as I’m finishing up a novel. One thing I’ve found very encouraging: I’m writing twice the word count I used to write and it’s much easier than I thought. Not to toot my horn or anything. It’s just cool that […]

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Tiger Lillie

It’s not often that I pick up a novel and I truly don’t want to put it down. I have pretty high expectations–I want to care about the characters as if they were in my own circle of relationships. I want mystery. I want a measure of suspense. I want reality. I want authenticity. I […]

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Writing in a box of Wheat Thins–A Diatribe on Branding

I write this, I am in cracker nirvana. WHEAT THINS!!! Oh, how I’ve missed them, and oh how lovely they are today. Crunchy. Slightly sweet. Salty. Beautiful little squares. The French are amazing at creating cheese so lovely it makes one cry, bread so crusty it makes one sing, wine so . . . oops. […]

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