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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Embrace Your weird

Excellent Article on Embracing Your Weird

I admit, the books I love writing the most started because I knew a story I wanted to read and couldn't find on the shelf. It works.

Go try it.


  1. I totally admit the same thing. I needed a satisfaction I couldn't find elsewhere.

  2. That's why I started writing YA fantasy when I was 15! ;)

  3. I skim read the title wrong (it's the end of the day) and I read

    Embrace Your World

    I thought you meant embrace the worlds we create when we write. I guess I was sort of on the right track...

  4. Yup, I've never quite understood people who don't/won't write what THEY want to read... what's the point? :P

    Sometimes I experiment (most often in short form) because my tastes change and I want to branch out and explore. But yeah, novel-wise, I really have to like the idea and it should be something that I would like to read. O:)

    Thanks for the link.