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What Type of Critique Partner are You?

If you are going to be a writer you are going to have to endure critique, whether you ask for it or not. There are several types of people who will give you feedback on your work and not all … Continue reading

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Wizard’s First Rule by Terry Goodkind (Sword of Truth series, book 1)

After a week of solid reading, I finally finished the first massive tome of the Sword of Truth series.  It has been years since I’ve picked up a fantasy book that was this heavy both literally and conceptually.   This was … Continue reading

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Fablehaven: Grip of the Shadow Plague (Book #3)

I’ll admit I’m having a hard time coming up with things to say about book three of the Fablehaven series.  Perhaps I read it too quickly with a few too many distractions around.  Or, perhaps it suffers from “middle of … Continue reading

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Story Proofing Available

My friend Elizabeth is starting freelance proofing and editing for any interested.  She was a great help with my Valentine’s day story and the least I can do is put a good word in for her services.  Until she gets … Continue reading

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Fablehaven by Brandon Mull (Book #1)

As an aspiring fantasy writer I feel compelled to read what the “competition” is doing.  Call it research.  Not only is it a great way to get the creative juices flowing, it is a comfort to see that my writing … Continue reading

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