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KALI BY GABOR SOMOSKOI FEATURING ZSOFI FENYVESI When you get to be a certain-aged adult (which is basically anything over 25), you get this idea in your head that you’re the you you’re always going to be. It’s the idea … Continue reading

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In the before days (several months ago), I had a very specific and painful process for cutting words, sentences, scenes, and chapters from my books:   1. Procure chainsaw. 2. Slice off limbs.   It wasn’t the kind of approach to cutting … Continue reading

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“SMART GIRL” BY SAMANTHA HAHN Last week Colin D. Smith and Katy Upperman each blogged about their writing processes. You should check out their posts (Colin’s is here, Katy’s is here, and for good measure here’s Rebekah Faubion’s, whose tag I … Continue reading

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BY AXIOO (SOURCE) In case you’re curious as to how I work, I am revealing my previously unknown process for starting a story. This is an actual transcript from an actual writing session. Me: It’s time to write the amazing … Continue reading

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Road Trip Wednesday is a blog carnival, where YA Highway’s contributors and readers post a weekly writing- or reading-related question and answer it on our own blogs. You can hop from destination to destination and get everybody’s take on the … Continue reading

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Road Trip Wednesday is a blog carnival, where YA Highway’s contributors and readers post a weekly writing- or reading-related question and answer it on our own blogs. You can hop from destination to destination and get everybody’s take on the … Continue reading

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 I read a book the other day that ended with a tragedy. It was completely unexpected, which of course made me cry. When The Man walked in on me sobbing to my Nook, he crouched beside me. “What’s wrong?” he … Continue reading

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