Monthly Archives: March 2013

Lessons I’ve Learned from NOT Writing a Trilogy

In February, I finished the third draft of my non-Trilogy.  I was sure it was a three-part series but have been assured from very trustworthy sources that it’s not.  It’s a longish novel in three parts with three distinct narrative arcs.  Go figure.  … Continue reading

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Puyallap Librarians are so Nice!

When I climbed out of the Big House Boxing Ring (see previous entry) at the recent ALA Midwinter Conference in Seattle, I managed to walk in a woozy line to the nearest anonymous table.  There, I sat at a table … Continue reading

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For Your Enjoyment

    I toyed with calling this “Serve Me Up on a Platter for Your Boss,” or “What the Big House Really Thinks of Your Unagented Submissions.”  You decide.  Setting:  ALA Conference in Seattle (January 2013); International NY publishing house booth. … Continue reading

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