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Twinkies and Twilight

My critique group and I a few weeks back were discussing technology and references that date novels, such as public pay phones versus common cell phone usage, or gas station attendants who pump customers’ gas.  Should a writer leave the … Continue reading →

Biology and Romance – a Writer’s Perspective

Love has many dimensions, all of them intense and powerful.  A parent’s love for a child.  That bond between soldiers in the trenches.  Siblings.  Close friends.  But there is a particular punch that happens with romantic love.  What biological and … Continue reading →

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