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CAN I PAY ATTENTION MORE? SHOULD I?

Before we go any farther, please click on over to the TED Talk site and watch Amishi Jha’s talk “How to Tame Your Wandering Mind.” Got it? Okay. I have no idea how this video came to my attention, but … Continue reading

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COMMANDER, COMMAND THYSELF

A couple weeks ago I made some New Years Resolutions, publically, here at Fantasy Author’s Handbook. So far—a whole nine days into 2018—of those three resolutions, I’ve totally nailed two. I immediately stopped snacking, removed most meat and all processed … Continue reading

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RESOLUTIONS, 2018

I don’t always make New Years resolutions—and I rarely actually follow up on them. If you’ve been following Fantasy Author’s Handbook for a while now you’ll likely see a few repeats—or, well, all of these are repeats—from previous years. But … Continue reading

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WHAT I’M THANKFUL FOR, 2017

Well, it’s Thanksgiving week again here in America, and though I’ve skipped this post three out of the past nine years, I thought this year deserved a more considered essay than last year’s outburst. And indeed, this year there’s been … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 11: WRITE FIRST AND ALWAYS

Well, we’ve finally made it to the eleventh and last of this long series of posts examining Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want a last look at the full … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 10: THINK ONLY OF THE BOOK YOU ARE WRITING

Welcome to the penultimate chapter of this rather long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. As always, if you haven’t been following along from the beginning, or want another look at the full list of … Continue reading

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AS HENRY MILLER COMMANDS, PART 9: DISCARD THE PROGRAM

Kind of a short one today—I have a long to do list ahead of me! I’m getting close to the end of this long series of posts inspired by Henry Miller’s Eleven Commandments of Writing. If you haven’t been following … Continue reading

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