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February 5, 2013 by musehick

So, we are in the second day of Intoviews relaunch, and I am enjoying reading the writers who were up for asking a baker’s dozen of questions, and I intend to keep it rolling this year. It is great fuel for thinking about writing and then going and actually writing.

And, speaking of that, yesterday I wrote a short story inspired by a friend’s facebook update, which should be available somewhere soon. I find it hard to write something about a character I get attached to and just leave them though, so something followed on the heels of that pretty quickly, and another book idea suggested itself.

I was talking with someone yesterday about rehabilitating my ability to draw which kind of took a backseat for quite a while. I used to express most of my ideas that way and would fill sketchbooks all the time. Now that mode of expression is writing, but I don’t feel it is necessary to sacrifice one creative endeavour for the sake of another. I intend to get back on that particular horse.

Editing is coming along, but I suppose the illustration for some of those books is what is hanging it all up. Time to push on through.


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