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I haven’t been posting. Instead, I’ve been posterboarding: See what I did there? Books are complex, man. I never have to plotboard for my short stories. Related: I’m so out of practice. I haven’t made a plot board since Rampant, … Continue reading

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Aside from House Stuff, bar stuff, writing stuff, copyediting stuff… As the July Author of the Month at Romance Divas, I’m giving a week long workshop on Subplots and Plotboarding at their forums. If you’ve always wondered how I make … Continue reading

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To help track the various threads in my book during revisions, I made a new plot board. It’s probably the most complex I’ve ever made, due to the fact that it focuses on threads I wanted to make sure got … Continue reading

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I’ve seen a lot of folks coming to my blog looking for plotting board advice in the last few days, and I’ve also seen a lot of blogs directing people here, or otherwise commenting on the method. Some are snarky, … Continue reading

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So today is the day of the big Under the Rose Booksigning. Luckily, I do not have time to be growing too nervous, since I will be working incredibly hard on the next book up until the time we hop … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day, readers in the U.S.A.! Boy, did we show those Brits, huh? Having lived in a bunch of different places, I am fascinated by the way folks in various regions of the country celebrate this holiday. Growing up … Continue reading

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