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One Step Forward...

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

Writing is an "ebb and flow" sort of process. Sometimes, I make great strides. Last November, I took a nine thousand-ish word short story I wrote in college and rewrote it into a forty-five thousand-ish word novella. One step forward. Now, it needs to be edited, and to a certain extent, completely rewritten. Brainstorming, story-boarding, and a lot of thought have gone into this process, but the editing itself is nowhere near complete. Two steps back. This is a pattern...
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NorWesCon 39

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

Over this past weekend, I attended my second NorWesCon. It's an annual science fiction and fantasy convention in SeaTac, WA. I attended last year for the first time, and found it to be rewarding enough I wanted to come back this year. I'm really glad I did. For as much as I learned last year, I really felt like it was preparation to be able to fully appreciate this year. I did a much better job of networking, I made...
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I Did It

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

It took three writing conferences and nearly five months, but I finally made a blog. I should really say re-made a blog, as I believe this is my third attempt to become a blogger. I'm a writer, always have been, so I assumed that journaling, blogging, and the like would be a natural extension of what I already do. It isn't. Not even remotely. If I were to show you the pages of journals I've attempted to keep over the...
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