Monthly Archives: March 2013

Getting Down to It

Now that we’ve gotten the research out of the way, I promised a word—or maybe a few hundred—on my writing process. I began working on Ripped at the Writer’s Room of Boston and at the Athenaeum Library, both havens for … Continue reading

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The Devil Is in the Details

Before I share details of my writing—and rewriting!–process, I want to tell you a bit about the research I did for Ripped: A Jack the Ripper Time-Travel Thriller. After the trip during which I decided to write this young-adult novel, … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Best Friend

I’ve been thinking today about serendipity. So many good things in life seem to come to us that way. Two elements may collide in a surprising way and produce an unforeseen result. And more specifically, I’ve been thinking about the … Continue reading

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