Category Archives: Joseph Campell

The Joy of Having Written

I finished editing the final six chapters on AURUM today.  I’m done.  Finished, Finito. This is my fourth completed novel.  The joy and lightness of spirit that comes with having written is a high I’ve now experienced four times, but … Continue reading

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Plotting Along – Thank You, Theresa Meyers!

I spent the day in a local Romance Writer’s workshop yesterday with Theresa Meyers ( ).  All but a couple of us were writers of the romance genre or sub-genres, but most of what she had to teach us transcended … Continue reading

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