Category Archives: Theme and development

You’ve published your novel. Now what?

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What to do? Like a former lover who hangs around, the novel you just published won’t move quietly out of your life. I’m not talking here about the amount of time you choose to spend with it—marketing it, talking about … Continue reading

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Minerva’s Fox FAQ 2

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1. Readers praise your descriptions of landscapes and gardens, descriptions that create pictures in the reader’s mind. Is this an example of writing “what you know”? It is Malorie’s point of view that presents the gardens and landscapes we discover … Continue reading

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Minerva’s Fox: FAQ 1

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Minerva’s Fox: FAQ 1 1. Why did you write Minerva’s Fox? I had written several drafts of a short story about a woman, recently widowed, who sells her home. Paying a last visit to the empty house, she finds a … Continue reading

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