Monthly Archives: September, 2013
Many writers I know suffer from that horrifying paralysis known as writer’s block. I can be lazy, uninspired and many other things, but I can always write. I follow the Stephen King School of writer’s block. Put your butt in the chair. The work will follow. Still, I often prefer to describe my inactivity as […]
Okay, don’t get too excited. No, that isn’t me in that photograph. You think I’m nuts? That I’d let anyone who cares enough about what I say actually see me the way my husband has to see me at various points during the writing process?
One of the unanticipated boons of having a novel published has been the amazing correspondence I have received from people who have read Saving Max. I had no idea that young people would become one of my largest groups of readers. So many teenagers who have written to me either have Asperger’s or have family […]