Category Archives: dialogue

LORD OF THE TWO LANDS: ANOTHER SNEAK PEEK – MEETING THE PRINCE

This is from a story with the tentative title Lord of the Two Lands. It takes place two hundred years after Pharaoh’s Son.   As I mentioned before, I had a strong idea for a character and started jotting.  The plot … Continue reading

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The Monsoon

I’d been in a dry spot for about ten years. Or, if you prefer, I had an excruciating case of ‘writer’s block’.  It happens, and it can be devastating. When I first started writing for the sheer joy of telling stories, the … Continue reading

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Writing Tools

Look familiar? I like tools.  Any type of tools.  I can easily spend a month’s salary in a hardware store.  Or an office supply store.  Pens, pencils, screwdrivers, notebooks of all sizes, post-it notes, three-ring binders – I love them … Continue reading

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