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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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Halfway there! And still livin’ on a prayer

on October 5th, 2010 by Shannon

I know I’m late to the party, but I just came across an interesting statistic – the average writer will write 1 million words before they are published. 1 million. Just out of curiosity, I decided to see how I matched up, seven and a half years into this crazy dream of mine – that […]

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I have found my bliss!

on November 21st, 2009 by Shannon

Life is good. As I type this, everything is better. The sun is brighter, my children are sweeter. The bacon is crisper. I have found my bliss, and it is the ending of my novel! Not ending as in I have finished, but ending as in I now KNOW WHAT HAPPENS! This may come as […]

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Spot the Technique

on November 17th, 2009 by Shannon

There are so many books in the world, and so little time to read them. This is not new insight, I’m aware, but it is something I struggle with both as a reader and a writer. After all, how can I justify putting a book down just because it hasn’t held my attention as closely […]

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Educational Benefits to Writing a Novel

on November 4th, 2009 by Shannon

I am a firm believer in education. After all, I married a teacher. And I work at a child care center, where in between the nose-wiping and getoffyourfriendhedoesn’tlikeitwhenyoubounceonhisheadlikeatrampoline, we do manage the occasional teachable moment. I graduated from high school, completed six years of college, and have since taken classes on everything from grant writing […]

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Augustfest Success!

on August 10th, 2009 by Shannon

Just want to send out a big thank-you to everyone who came out for Augustfest this year! I did tarot card readings at my booth because my books were unavailable, and I think they were a success. People seemed to enjoy it, and I had a great time and met some fabulous people, so thank […]

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Writer’s Weekly 24-Hour Fiction Contest!

on July 18th, 2009 by Shannon

Today’s the day! The topic is emailed at noon, and we have 24 hours to come up with a riveting, original, think-outside-the-box kind of story. Here’s today’s topic: She was licking the cotton candy crystals from her fingertips when she felt the first raindrops. She joined the other visitors in racing for shelter as the […]

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Where do I get my ideas?

on May 14th, 2009 by Shannon

If I were a famous author, I’m sure I would have the luxury of complaining that this is the question I am asked time and again. Unfortunately, I’m not famous. Even more unfortunately, no one ever asks me that. But I am going to share anyway. Some start out as dreams, the kind where you wake up […]

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Managing Guilt

on May 3rd, 2009 by Shannon

I often wonder if others are better than I am at achieving balance in their lives. I completely suck at it. If I am playing with my children, as enjoyable as that time might be, a small part of my brain is calculating how much writing time I’m losing. And then there’s that little guy in […]

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Tune Tuesday

on April 28th, 2009 by Shannon

Does anyone else think that great lyrics are like poetry? Let some inspire you today. If not this song, then another. “You take it on faith, you take it to the heart. But the waiting is the hardest part.” – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers He’s right. The waiting is the hardest part. So what […]

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