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Today’s blog raises a question I don’t have an answer for: How much description is too much, and how little description is too little? When I write, I tend to be spare in regard to description. I think it’s largely … Continue reading
When A School for Sorcery, my first published novel, published by Tor in 2002, did so very well, I felt that I really had it made. I’d been writing for some time and had accumulated several unpublished manuscripts, but now … Continue reading
The Spellchecker is the writer’s friend. It catches silly errors and major misspellings. It keeps us from making mistakes that would make us look like rank amateurs. But there are things it can’t do for us. There are times when … Continue reading
Yesterday I wrote about two wonderful rejection letters that led to my becoming a published novelist. I promised in that blog to explain today exactly how that came about. First, I took those letters very seriously. The fact that the editors had … Continue reading