Monthly Archives: October 2011

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Miss 10 signs up for the NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program!

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It’s official – my ten year old daughter has signed up for the NaNoWriMo Young Writers program. I am so utterly proud and excited that I could shout it from the rooftops! Miss 10 has had the writing bug for … Continue reading

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9 Ways to Prepare for the National Novel Writing Month

Originally posted on Pursuing Parallels:
I’m interested in creating supportive internal and external environments to facilitate writing during NaNo. To me, writing is the easiest thing about NaNoWriMo – just sitting there and putting the words on the page, because…

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The Long Goodbye

By Laura Meyer   There she was. Eyes shining with promise. Wearing one of her big toothy smiles. So caught up in the moment, she didn’t self-censor it like she usually did in photos. Her long brown hair was pulled … Continue reading

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Writing ‘Soldier Out of Time’ for Eighty Nine

  Soldier Out of Time, was my first attempt at serious fiction writing. I had penned stories before; spent entire days writing as a teen, and had numerous semi-complete works, but I had never taken it seriously enough to think … Continue reading

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Amazon chart rush for Eighty Nine

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It’s the night before the Eighty Nine launch, and all in the LMT house are running around like headless chickens, making sure the launch goes smoothly… Jodi Cleghorn (creative brainchild of LMT, co-founder and Managing Editor of eMergent Publishing) and I … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo? Why yes, ThinkIWillDo!

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Apparently, it’s that time of the year again. No it’s not Christmas. You’ve still got a few sleeps till that gift-wrapped hell begins. And no it’s not your birthday (or maybe it is?)… anyway, that’s not the point – it’s … Continue reading

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Red Raw

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“Susanne Marie Jones! Come here right now!” The girl cringed as she stuck her head out of the bedroom door. “Mum – I’ve told you, it’s Suze! Suze! Please stop calling me that!” “What, you mean your name? Get out … Continue reading

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Golden Hour

By Laura Meyer A peachy haze filters through dusty Eucalypts. Their silvered bark glows with a lustre reserved only for that hour of the day where time itself seems suspended, along with the dust motes that hang in golden air. … Continue reading

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I’m published!

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The day has come!   The Eighty Nine anthology from eMergent Publishing, is now available for pre-orders in Australia. Visit the Literary Mix Tapes site here, to pre-order your copy in time for the official paperback release on October 25th. … Continue reading