Writing Wednesday: On Being Open to New Approaches
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Writing Wednesday: On Being Open to New Approaches

I’m a PANTSER (a discovery writer for those of you who are uninitiated); the words pour out, and I make adjustments after the draft comes out. Despite the fact that most aptitude and personality tests (such as Strengthsfinder) say I’m highly analytical, I seem to have a block when it comes to applying analysis to my writing. I can FEEL whether something works, but it’s difficult (to say the least) to apply other people’s rules to my stories. Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Lonely, Cantankerous Shopkeeper Fails To Avoid “Bugging Out”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Lonely, Cantankerous Shopkeeper Fails To Avoid “Bugging Out”

In “Bugging Out” I was exploring a couple of disturbing observations about impermanence – the way that buildings seem to instantly appear (yes, I know they were probably being built for weeks and I just wasn’t paying attention) and also how common objects that I know I just saw a moment ago simply vanish (where … Continue reading