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Literary Agents

To a writer and would be author, a literary agent is everything. Most publishers have a caveat on their websites that they are only taking new work through agents. I’m only speaking of fiction-novels-because that’s all I know.  So, to … Continue reading

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Characters

One of the most interesting things in writing novels is the creation of the characters. They are your people. The writer imbues them with everything they have. In my experience, they are a combination of people we have crossed paths … Continue reading

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Clotile Lejeune

Judas the Apostle. One thing I want to get straight is the language. In the U.S., to paraphrase an old saying, we are a people separated by a common language. Writing is about nothing if not about the language. In … Continue reading

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Reseach

One of the consistent comments I have been receiving on my debut novel, Judas the Apostle, is that it is very well researched. Before I get into this, I do want to clear up one misunderstanding. Some of the traditional … Continue reading

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