Tag Archives: Jan Morrill

Creative Characterization

It’s been a goal of mine to develop a workbook based on the workshops I’ve taught on creative ways to develop characters. Thanks to nagging motivation by my dear friend, Linda Apple, I’ve been working on that goal for several months … Continue reading

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The “Other” Things I Learned

Every year I attend OWFI, I learn something new. This year was no different. In each workshop I attended, I learned something. However, I don’t think I can re-cap those workshop tidbits any better than Theresa Hupp did in her … Continue reading

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An Interview with Writer’s Block

It has now been three months and two days since I’ve written a single word on Broken Dreams, the sequel to The Red Kimono. And other than a few blog posts and a few haiku, I’ve written nothing to speak … Continue reading

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“Win an Author Poster” Haiku Contest

I’m excited to announce that Oghma Creative Media is sponsoring a haiku contest in honor of the release of The Red Kimono! As a prize to one winner, Casey Cowan will donate the design of an author poster, a $40 … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing: Brian Conley

Welcome to TNBT, “The Next Big Thing” blog hop!  What’s a blog hop you ask?  It’s a great way to discover new talent that you may not have heard of, or be able to find in your local bookstore.  Here … Continue reading

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