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How I Wrote a Novel in 10 Months With Untreated ADHD, Part 3: The Notebook

I wrote my first novel with undiagnosed, untreated ADHD. Here’s how I set up my notebook to keep me organized. Continue reading

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How I Wrote a Novel in 10 Months With Untreated ADHD, Part 1: The System

I wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD until after I published my first novel. Here’s how I wrote it – without treatment. Continue reading

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Five Reasons I Hate Les Miserables (The Show, Not the Book)

A helpful local billboard has informed me that Les Miserables, the touring stage production, will be in town soon (or has already been in town – I forget). My first thought: “Ugh, didn’t I just see that?” I did.  And whatever … Continue reading

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6 Lies (and 6 Truths) About Writing

As I probably mention every time I forget I’ve already mentioned it before, I write for a living.  I write book reviews.  I ghostwrite blogs.  My web page content brings all the personal injury clients to the firm (and they’re … Continue reading

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