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Writing to Distraction

“I set a goal for myself everyday when I write – 10 pages a day – and it’s much harder because I’m too dumb to turn off my Twitter and everything so it’s always on and it’s a real distraction. It’s a major distraction.” – R.L. Stine     I’ll be honest: even at my […]

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Hall High School’s Epic Student Storytellers

Dear World: This past week I was able to crash the party at Hall High School in West Hartford Connecticut for two days straight. If you are a parent reading this, and your child is suddenly writing until their fingers bleed and daydreaming on a whole new level, that’s probably my fault. Not only were […]

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#IGAuthorLifeJan – Day 20 Currently Reading

#IGAuthorLifeJan – Day 20 Currently Reading I always have books piled on my nightstand and I’m usually in the processing of reading at least one all the time. I just finished Marissa Meyer’s Cinder, which I did enjoy, and I ordered the next book, Scarlet (I’m waiting for it to arrive at Titcombs Bookshop). I […]

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#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 14 – National Vision Board Day

#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 14 – National Vision Board Day I’d like to start this post by saying I had no clue what the Vision Board Day thing was. I actually thought is was like, a vision test. You know? Read the letters on the board a mile from ya? Yeah – I’m outta the loop, […]

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#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 12 – TBT

#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 12 TBT In the Summer of 2013, before Undertow even came out, I had the honor of working with some very talented Cape Cod teens – all of who looked like the characters from Undertow. They were bold enough and brave enough to be the faces of a book that had yet to […]

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#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 11 Writing Snack

#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 11 Writing Snack   Seriously? I thought M&Ms were mandatory in all writer realms . . .

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#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 8 Sock Wednesday

#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 8 Sock Wednesday Okay folks – I’ve got this one in the bag! I’m a SOCK FREAK! My favorite sock company is Stance, and I can even remember when I got my first pair – an impulse buy thanks to my mom at a surf shop in West Palm Beach. They are […]

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#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 6 WIP

#IGAuthorLifeJan – DAY 6 WIP (Work in Progress) I’m working on Last Light . . . mainly because fans would knock down my door and burn my computer if I didn’t get the sucker done soon. I will admit . . . I LOVE this book . . . mwaa haa haa!  

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#IGAuthorLifeJan Day 1 – Happy New Year

Happy New Year! So, 2016 was, well, interesting. Okay, more like one long session of torture at the base of Mordor, especially if you had to survive the US election with your brain cells intact. I didn’t get much writing done in 2016, but after a health issue (and the enormous selflessness of so many […]

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Brain Melt

“Puke and rally, puppy dog. We’re needed on the rooftop.” – Kian, Last Light When I first started writing the Undertow series, I had no clue what the characters would do for people. What their lives and their story would mean to people. And honestly, I had no clue the impact that the fictional world and […]

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