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Now into Part 3, doing some minor edits here and there. Was working on one scene that I thought was funny, but doesn’t seem to be quite working. Trying to bang it out as best I can, but going to … Continue reading
I shook hands yesterday with Pulitzer Prize winner Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of the book “The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer”. It was during my day job — I heard him talk in the afternoon and then … Continue reading
Just downloaded Flipboard recently (apparently I’m the last person in the world to hear about it…) and found friend-of-the-blog and writing mentor Terry Fallis on the front cover. Terry recently became Resident Blogger for CBC Books’s Canada Reads.
It was exactly a year ago today I started this novel-writing adventure. I feel a little mixed about the whole thing actually. I mean, ultimately it’s cause for celebration (which is why I hunted down this birthday-tiramisu-with-one-candle pic…) But it … Continue reading
Writers, for the most part, write in closed off spaces. Even those of us writers who like to work in a busy place like a café, there is a Fortress of Solitude that rises up around us. It’s not a … Continue reading
I found out a few hours earlier today via Twitter that Rex Pickett has started writing the stage play of Sideways (which I believe will be produced this fall). Saw the tweet five minutes after he posted it. On April … Continue reading
Okay, I’ve officially on novel-writing sabbatical. This is an unplanned — and frankly, an unwanted sabbatical — but I simply cannot keep up with the amount of work I have. It’s not a cop out (trust me, I know what … Continue reading
“Kill your darlings…” That’s what I’ve been struggling with all weekend. In fact, I went to the woodshed yesterday and today with that thought in mind. It was extremely hard, psyching myself up to do it. But that’s for another post. … Continue reading
After too long away, I finally got a chance to get some work on my novel this morning. I’ve been itching, let me tell you. Irritated even, at not being able to work on it. But the book is never … Continue reading