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Two More Posts on the Blog Tour, and Tonight’s Signing

Today on the Summer 2014 Plunder of Souls Blog Tour, I’m back at Magical Words — my “home” blog — with a post on plotting. Sometimes the hardest thing about writing in a series, particularly in one that consists of … Continue reading

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A Post About Looking Backward in Order to Move Forward

Today’s post can be found at http://magicalwords.net, the group blog on the business and craft of writing fantasy that I maintain, under the name David B. Coe, with fellow authors Faith Hunter, Misty Massey, A.J. Hartley, C.E. Murphy, and Kalayna … Continue reading

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A New Post About Writerly Insecurities

Today’s post can be found at Magical Words, a blog site devoted entirely to essays on the craft and business of writing that I maintain (as David B. Coe) along with fellow authors Faith Hunter, Misty Massey, A.J. Hartley, Catie … Continue reading

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Monday, Monday . . .

I have a new post up at the Magical Words blogsite that I maintain with fellow authors Faith Hunter, Misty Massey, A.J. Hartley, Kalayna Price, among others.  The post is called “More on Fear and Writing, part I:  Confessions of … Continue reading

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