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Inspiration: “The Beauty of Wynona”

I can’t believe it’s been over a month since my story “The Beauty of Wynona” appeared in Lacuna.  This is the longest story I’ve ever published (it’s technically a novelette), and it was one of the most fun to write, even … Continue reading

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Ready or Not: NaNoWriMo is Coming

For the past four years, I’ve taken part in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo for those in the know.  For those not familiar with NaNoWriMo, it’s a celebration of writing with a challenge for all those who wish to participate: write a … Continue reading

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Did They Really Say That?

“The Beauty of Wynona” is the only historical fiction story I’ve written, so I’m certainly no expert on this sub-genre.  That said, this story taught me a lot about writing such stories.  “The Beauty of Wynona” is set in 18th century England.  I’m … Continue reading

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“The Beauty of Wynona” Goes Live….Sort Of

“The Beauty of Wynona,” my novelette set in 18th century England, is in the October issue of Lacuna…or at least it will be once the editor sorts out a publishing glitch.  A few of the stories apparently got lost in the … Continue reading

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“The Beauty of Wynona” Finds a Home

My historical, speculative-fiction novelette, “The Beauty of Wynona,” has found a home with Lacuna.  When I wrote this sometime ago, I never realized how hard it would be to place such a long work (11,000+ words), so I’m happy that … Continue reading

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