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Words I Wish I’d Written

I just finished reading The Freak Observer, a darkish YA novel by Blythe Woolston, and came across the single most evocative sentence I have read, in any novel for any age group, in years and years and YEARS. The main … Continue reading

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Details Make the Difference

Because I’m writing a Young Adult novel, I read a lot of them, too, in more genres than I’d read in Adult fiction. I read ghoul stories. I read mean-girl stories. I’ve read faerie/fairy/faery stories. I even read (shudder) sports … Continue reading

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Six things I learned about blogging this week

I was rummaging through WordPress’s Support site yesterday, trying to learn about uploading photos. One thing led to another and soon I¬†was reading this post by TimeThief¬†about what makes a blog sidebar effective. More things led to even more things, … Continue reading

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