Monthly Archives: February 2010

Learning to shut up

As part of my research for my WIP, today I was graced with two hours of stories from a very kind man. He hails from a different culture than I do, so sometimes the rules for conversation are different, as … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s agenda

Blog friends, this entry is small, but mighty: I NEED TO WRITE. I WANT TO WRITE. I MUST WRITE. Ray and Callie want me to write (they’re my protags). Why? Aside from the obvious reasons (love it, want to make … Continue reading

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disR-E-S-P-E-C-T

I should be clear: the blog entry about becoming an addict was tongue in cheek. I grew up with addicts, currently know addicts, and know that life, and it’s not a path I want to take. I also know addicts … Continue reading

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Addict = best writer ever?

I’m doing it, friends–I’m getting back in the swing of blogging! I think I need another theme for March. That might help. A grad school friend sent me this link to a bunch of great Life (as in Life Magazine) … Continue reading

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Contest winner and suckage, but being open to it

Hey, friends–I realize I’m fantastically late in announcing the winner of the WILL GRAYSON, WILL GRAYSON contest. All entries were awesome, of course. But the winner: ALAINN! E-mail, please, me so I can get you your book. Please also know … Continue reading

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I’ve got something you want

Oooh, what is it? Is it really something you want? Yes. Yes it is. It’s an ARC of WILL GRAYSON, WILL GRAYSON, John Green and David Levithan’s latest, which comes out in April. Would you like it to be yours? … Continue reading

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