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Submissions

Source: Submissions One of the most venerable markets in Cdn science fiction and fantasy is open to submissions again! On Spec 2016 here we come! Today in Kerrisdale, Vancouver ~ the first snowdrops

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December 18, 2015

Enjoying my WOTF badges! It helps me to feel like a creative writer when Corporate Job makes me feel like a technical person. Plans for the Christmas break include trying to get back into my novel and also writing a … Continue reading

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February 2015

It’s spring weather here in Vancouver. Time to get focused for the writing year. I have put a lot on my plate, but for me this is the way to do things. I never really know what’s gonna turn out … Continue reading

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Challenges of writing in the summer

At 56000 words of novel. A week off really helped. I multi-task like a crazy thing most of the time. It takes it’s toll. Some nights I wake up thinking- did I send that last email before signing off day-job … Continue reading

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Chapter 6 Done!

I’m now at 37,500 words, which sounds like a lot to me. I know a decent novel is 80 thousand to 100 thousand words, so I have some distance to go. SF readers are familiar with the variegated doorstop novels … Continue reading

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Inspiration? Desert or fossil treasure trove?

Where do we find inspiration? Being a prairie gal at heart, I see the land differently than outsiders. It holds so many mysteries and stories. But I’ve never been one for realistic styles. Or genres. Yes, I wrote for some … Continue reading

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