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With a Rebel Yell . . .

on November 5th, 2013 by Shannon

We cry Nano, nano, nano! I’m doing Nano as a rebel this year. Back when I started this project, my plan was to rebel and edit in November, because I was sure I’d have a finished first draft by now. That was in August, back when I was young and foolish. Now I have aged […]

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I Think This is a YA Novel Idea . . .

on November 4th, 2013 by Shannon

I’ve never considered writing YA–until I woke up one morning with a new character’s voice in my head. She’s 16, she’s lived her whole life inside a restrictive religious cult, and she’s just been forced into marriage with a teenage boy who is NOT the one she is in love with. I started out writing […]

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Pre-Nano Reading

on October 23rd, 2012 by Shannon

I am fully committed to NaNoWriMo this year and have been spending October in ‘nesting’ mode, getting ready to birth my new novel.  To that end, I’ve been reading – a LOT – and today it occurred to me that my reading choices this fall have been a tad, er, eclectic. Here is a sampling, […]

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Every Story is a Mystery

on April 22nd, 2012 by Shannon

Every story must be a mystery in which the writer gently guides the reader down the path of discovery. Regardless of genre, regardless of style, regardless of audience. Every story. I know this isn’t new information, but it is the thought that came to me this morning in the shower, and as I scribbled it […]

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What Children’s Television Has to Teach Us

on April 19th, 2012 by Shannon

So I couldn’t sleep last night. I was up contemplating my efficacy as a parent, my questionable pursuit of a writing career, my own mortality. Oh, and I watched Phineas and Ferb. I love that show. And maybe it was the fact that I was bleary-eyed and it was 4 a.m., but I had this epiphany. Candace never gives […]

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Sunrise Haiku

on April 14th, 2012 by Shannon

I almost never write poetry. But last week I was on vacation in North Carolina with three of my favorite people – my two daughters and my sister-in-law. We spent one night in a yurt in the mountains. Yes, a yurt. (It’s fun to say yurt.) Our’s was a deluxe yurt, complete with domed skylight […]

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If It Weren’t for the Cat. . .

on February 10th, 2012 by Shannon

Today is an exciting day! But to show you just how exciting, I need to back up about four years. Yes, FOUR YEARS ago I wrote a story and today it will finally be published. It’s called “If It Weren’t for the Cat,” and it’s a story dear to my heart. I was first seized […]

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The Year of Writing Dangerously

on January 14th, 2012 by Shannon

Something has shifted in my writing perspective, and I thought I’d share.  My story begins last year, when I penned a piece of flash about a reformed prostitute who keeps the cards of her former clients hidden in her recipe box. It was a story I loved, one of those that just bubbled up and […]

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Why NaNoWriMo is Like Swimming

on November 6th, 2011 by Shannon

As you may have guessed from the title, I’m participating in NaNoWriMo this year. It’s not my first time; I took part (and won) 4 years running, beginning with 2005. Then last year I took a break. My dad had just passed away and I wasn’t feeling particularly creative. Instead, I focused on rewriting a […]

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My muse’s name is Forrest

on July 4th, 2011 by Shannon

Actually, that title is a little misleading. Up until yesterday, I thought my muse was a woman. Her name is Suzie, and  in a word, she’s pushy. Her voice is a running commentary in my head. “Did you finish that chapter yet? What are you waiting for? Don’t you want to be able to send that rewrite to Ms. […]

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