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The One About Music, Writing, and Cristifori’s Dream

One of the things I’ve found useful as a writer is having music playing as I write. I can’t write if there’s a distraction, but certain types of music enhance the situation and my creativity, and I feel I see … Continue reading

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The One About Anne-Achronisms

I grew up dreaming of dragons… As an isolated teen, I spent more time inside books than anywhere else. And when my Mom gave me my first Anne McCaffrey novel, The Ship Who Sang, I found a voice that spoke … Continue reading

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The one about Your Chance to Earn Some Dough…

Because sometimes I don’t see the forest for the trees… Over the past few weeks, I’ve received some great reviews for my novel, TRIANGLE: FALSE MIRROR. But even though they’ve mostly been four or five star reviews, there’s been one element in … Continue reading

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