Monthly Archives: November 2010

Nanowrimo-a kinda, sorta bust this year

I’m a huge fan of Nanowrimo (for those of you who don’t know what it is, it’s National Novel Writing Month, it takes¬†place every November and you’re expected to write a minimum of 50,000 words to win).¬† There aren’t any … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving to all!

I know this post is a day late and dollar short, but a belated Happy Thanksgiving wish to all! Stephen King says in his wonderful book “On Writing” that he writes every day of the year (including holidays) but I … Continue reading

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When life sends you lemons…

You make lemonade. Right? The same thing applies to writing. For instance-one day I was agonizing over the perfect hair color for the main character in my most recent work in progress. I was looking for something in the brown … Continue reading

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Cave Crickets and Plot Holes

Told ya this would be my next post. But before I start, I’ll remind you to check out the blog post at http://www.quakeme.wordpress.com, wherein the wonderful J.R. Turner blogs about Echelon’s two newest authors. Now, back to business. What do … Continue reading

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Welcome to my blog!

Well, okay. Let me introduce myself- My name is Ann Mason. I’m an attorney, but I’m also (wait for it) an aspiring writer. My first novel THE VISITOR will be published by the Quake imprint of Echelon Press in 2011, … Continue reading

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