Monthly Archives: March 2013

Getting to Know You: Developing Dynamic Characters with Angie Lofthouse

Angie and I became acquainted in an author’s group on Facebook and it didn’t take long to realize we were soul sisters. We share not only our religious faith (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, aka LDS) but also … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Heidi L. Kleinman Murphy

This week I had the privilege of interviewing fellow author and friend Heidi L. Kleinman Murphy. It took me a while to catch up to her because she’s just accepted a demanding but uplifting responsibility at church. Heidi and I … Continue reading

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Try This Link Instead . . .

Roseanne Wilkins, another fellow writer and alert follower, just informed me that the link I placed at the end of “And Now For Something Completely Different” doesn’t work. I tried it myself and sure enough, it doesn’t. Very puzzling, since … Continue reading

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And now for something completely different . . .

(My apologies to Monty Python.) One of my good friends and fellow bloggers, Brenda Bensch, runs a regular feature called Wednesday’s Work-in-Progress (WIP). I decided today to follow her example and post an excerpt from my writing. Ganwold’s Child isn’t … Continue reading

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A Sneak Peek of “Million Dollar Outlines” from David Farland

Last week I referred to my mentor and longtime good friend, David Farland (aka Dave Wolverton), and his recently released book Million Dollar Outlines, which is the “textbook” for his week-long writing workshops on the same topic. This week Dave … Continue reading

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