Tag Archives: Julia’s Mending

Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett here. There’s something that happens quite often to fiction writers, especially writers of historical fiction—they come across a real incident that seems to fit into their story and decide to include a fictionalized version in a … Continue reading

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Starting Points

I never set out to write scenes out of order. I always think I’m starting a new novel at exactly the right point. But then, fifty or sixty pages into it, I inevitably realize that something else has to come first … Continue reading

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Twenty-Five Years Ago Today

Barb: Recently, I participated in an ebook anthology of essays 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror, 52 Authors Look Back. As a tie-in to her mystery book Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, novelist and award-winning journalist Stacy Juba invited her author … Continue reading

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