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Jess Houser
whatever my characters tell me — ❤️ & 2 energetic sons — advocate for & starting
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Sandy R. Stuckless Nov 27
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Bored Teachers Nov 26
Thankful for teachers! ❤️
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Tanya Packer Nov 25
Replying to @JJ_Burry
I'm Tanya, sorry I'm late to the party. My WIP is book 2 for a MG fantasy. Tonight, I'm trying to relax. I got my 5th rejection letter and spent the day preparing for pitching.
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @TheTomGReid
Well, I’m glad you joined us tonight!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Thanks everyone for a great chat! Happy Thanksgiving!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Awesome!!
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Richard C. White Nov 25
The Kickstarter for Thrilling Adventure Yarns 2021 funded, so I'll have a short story featuring my detective coming out next February thanks to
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @mevrouw_bee
Ooh! We haven’t covered humor, yet!
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Laura Bee is staying home & writing a novel. #BLM Nov 25
Replying to @JJ_Burry
A. Nope. B. Research! Options esp right now when we're more limited to the Internet: if we can't travel or libraries are closed. C. Humour? I've been reading a lot of fun modern fiction right now like Sophie Kinsella & would like to pick some brains!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @JessieIngold
Little wins are fun!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @DiannaLGunn
Thanks, Dianna!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Before we go... A. Do you have any news to share? B. Is there a topic you'd like to see discussed soon? C. Come back next week for our monthly Genre Chat! Which genre should we discuss?
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Kathryn Lang - hopesmith and dream ignitor Nov 25
A5: If you have an experience you want to include, but you don't want to get caught :d then shift the holiday and details enough to keep it disguised.
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Laura Bee is staying home & writing a novel. #BLM Nov 25
Replying to @JJ_Burry
The tricky part I find with any setting w a crowd of people (being so out of touch with crowds, especially lately) is zooming in on, say, a conversation, while not forgetting that it's not just two people alone in a room. I guess practice makes perfect-ish
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Jess Houser Nov 25
🤔 I’m on mobile and it’s working.
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @DiannaLGunn
Lol!!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @mevrouw_bee
That is a tricky scene to write.
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Replying to @_TomGReid
Ooh! I love this!
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Jess Houser Nov 25
Q5: What other questions do you still have about using your personal experiences with Thanksgiving in your writing? (Help answer someone’s question.)
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Jessica Ingold 🍁 Nov 25
Replying to @JJ_Burry
A4: I think sometimes I tend to romanticize the holidays too much, and often forget that they aren't happy times for everyone. Above all, I want my stories to be realistic and believable.
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