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Author Interview

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Tuesday, 23 April 2019
Author, Anca Vlasopolos Today I’m not posting about my own books or commenting on the ins-and-outs of indie publishing. I’m interviewing the fascinating former Michigan author, Anca Vlasopolos. Welcome to “Painting With Light,” Anca. Thank you. Glad to be here! You have a fascinating but somewhat fr...

Writing Your Own Life Story

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Sunday, 14 April 2019
Photo Courtesy of Pexels I believe the wisdom and power to create real change lives not only in the experiences of leaders and community builders … but in the things that happen to everyday people all over the world. Each one of us has a story born from our life experience. We often forget, by […] O...

What’s Your Writing Voice?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Monday, 01 April 2019
I spent all day last Saturday at Michael Dwyer’s Rochester Writers’ Conference … the best one-day writing conference in the state (at least, to me it is). I’ve been to almost all of them … going back years. It was another day well spent (and it kept me out of the rain). Saw some good […] Original li...

A Writing Conference – Again?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Friday, 29 March 2019
Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan I’ve pointed it out before, and all of you who have been there know it’s true. Writing is often a solitary endeavor. But you don’t have go it alone. You can always do what I do … attend a writing conference, and meet some of the other members of that loquaciou...

What About Character Development?

  2.   Author Musings & News
  3. Saturday, 23 February 2019
I’ve talked about this a lot. Fiction writers all have the same goal … to transport their readers inside the pages so they feel like they’re walking along as a part of the story. Memorable characters are an extremely important part of making that happen. In fact, they should drive the story. Mine do...

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