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Readers, writers, writers, readers

typing“A novel is a sentence ten miles long.” | Timothy Hallinan

Readers, writers, writers, readers–funny how we’re often one in the same. There’s just something about reading and writing; they go together like Fred and Ginger, like chocolate and strawberries, like orange juice and champagne, like . . . well, you get the idea.

It’s in our blood, I tell you, words and the stories they tell.

Getting those stories down on paper, well, that’s not always so easy.

Thankfully, there are those who’ve gone before us who can light the way–or, at the very least, give us a good, swift kick in the pants. Timothy Hallinan is one such author. On his website, he offers tips and resources to help you finish your novel.

Shall we see who finishes first? Do report back . . .

2 Comments

  1. Oh yay – and Timothy Hallinan from the Junior Bender mystery series!

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