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Writing Novels: 10 Evil Gremlins of Writers Block Doom a Good Story

Writing Novels: 10 Evil Gremlins of Writers Block Doom a Good Story How’s your novel writing going? Are you making progress toward your book goals today?  Or have you fallen victim to one of these 10 nefarious Writing Gremlins from the shadowy realm of Writer’s Block? 1. Mind Muncher This warty, pug-nosed menace chew ups […]

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Ghost Hunters Investigate Haunted Pizza in Austin, Texas

  A couple of years ago, word got out around the Austin freelancing community that I “dig” paranormal stuff, like crystal balls, psychics, ghosts — and especially — magic.  That’s when the editor of a small town newspaper, the Oak Hill Gazette, gave me a call.  He told me I would be the ideal reporter […]

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Jealous Cat Tackles Wolf: A True Tale from My Writing Life

Ever see the door plaque, “My cat lets me live here”? Yeah. That’s how it works around the ol’ deWolfe Den, too. I share my writing space with Prince Rael the Magnificent – which is to say, a Four-Footed Fiend deigns to let me meet my writing deadlines, while he listens to Mozart and dozes […]

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Ghost Hunters & Paranormal Investigators Buy at Wal-Mart?!

Welcome Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Investigators — especially you armchair ones.  Happy Halloween Weekend!  What a great time to run the second article in my Haunted Pizza Series, Hunting for Hauntings:  Equipment for Paranormal Investigators.  I know, I know.  Ghost adventures?!  Where do I get these blog ideas? Well, the Fantasy writer in me absolutely HAD […]

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Positive Thinking Activates the Law of Attraction

Positive thinking and the Law of Attraction are inextricably linked to my writing life. Positive thinking was not an ingrained behavior that resulted from my upbringing, however.  I was 35 years old before I finally recognized and accepted that there is real power in positive thinking.  I had to learn about the New Thought Movement the hard way, though:  […]

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Help! My Printer Has a Poltergeist!

  I think my printer is haunted. Now I’ll admit, I’m not exactly tech savvy.  I just pretend to be because I write about API’s, DPI’s, FPI’s, and other mind-numbing acronyms ending in “PI” for a high tech company.  My client, who has every geek gizmo ten minutes after it appears on the market, takes […]

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