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M. B. Weston’s Writing Diary: 01/09/15

My muse has a bit of an attitude. Sometimes she floods me with information, where I can’t type fast enough to get it down. (She especially likes to do that when I don’t have access to a computer, pen, or … Continue reading

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M. B. Weston’s Writing Diary: 01/07/15

Going out on weeknights is a death sentence for any working writer who wants to keep the story’s momentum going. By the time you get home and walk the dog, it’s already 10:00 or 11:00 depending… Writers who work full … Continue reading

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M.B. Weston’s Writing Diary: 01/05/15

Seriously, why does the story have to unfold itself, complete with good dialogue, while I’ve only got 5 minutes to get to work?!? Why can’t it unfold itself while I’m drinking a steaming cup of Earl Grey tea and staring … Continue reading

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Today’s Writing Muse: Dangerous Trees

Writing Nirvana: discovering one “story fix” that solves more than one problem. For instance, the tree trunk above can help with two writing issues all of us deal with: Making our character’s journey to solving a problem more difficult that … Continue reading

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Today’s Writing Muse: Nature’s Claw

Do you need some inspiration for writing? Do you need a story starter or something to keep your novel going? Take a stroll outside and see what you can find in nature… As I was walking home after my jog … Continue reading

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