Monthly Archives: July 2015

Telling a Story is Sometimes the Only Next Thing to Do

I don’t talk very much about my kid on the open internet, which is less about how I feel about privacy and the internet, and more about how I feel about both consent and future conversation I may have with … Continue reading

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Another Brick From the Wall

I’ve been having some anxiety lately. It’s pretty low grade and often amorphous, although I can usually pin down the source eventually. (Deadlines have a way of making anxiety about them supremely clear as they approach.) Most of the time, … Continue reading

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Be Your Own Heroine and Hero

I have all these theories about why readers want romance heroines to be such good people. My most recent is this: A writer friend told me recently that all romances are hero-centered stories—we read them because we want to follow … Continue reading

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