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When Howard was four, he and his baby sister were playing in the living room, while his mother and his grandmother sat at the kitchen table just around the corner. A few days before, while staying with his grandmother, Howard had said something cute–he … Continue reading
Most people don’t believe it, but I was almost thirty years old, and had been teaching English for seven years, when I discovered I possessed a writing process. I learned about it in a special summer program for teachers of English at the … Continue reading
Pantsing, when successful, lets you create a story closely resembling the spark that ignited it. ~Janalyn Voigt, Live, Write, Breathe The first step in starting a blog is finding the perfect name. I wanted to call mine Contrariwise, as an homage … Continue reading
I recently met author Tim Bryant at Book People’s Lonestar Mystery Discussion. He’s such an interesting person, I wanted to know more about him, his creative process, and his path to writing. Thanks for letting me interview you, Tim! AMW – … Continue reading
by Gale Albright Aunt Marjorie Nell was a big fan of mine. That’s why I figure she may have embellished stories about my alleged brilliance when I was a tot. She taught me to read when I was just three … Continue reading
By Kathy Waller Last week, Valerie wrote about why she writes. Here’s my take on that subject: When I was four years old, I took a pair of scissors and a roll of red, gooey adhesive tape and wrote my … Continue reading