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Status: Shooting for the Moon

By Kathrese McKee | Feature

You may have noticed that the book progress monitor (coffee mug) has declined to 96%.  That’s because writing a long novel is like shooting for the moon; some adjustments are necessary to land safely.Shooting for the MoonAs I prepare to revise the manuscript (after I finish writing the last few scenes), I created a spreadsheet of […]

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Preparing for Conference

By Kathrese McKee | ROW80

I’m leaving my family. Yes, I’ve planned it all out. Don’t get in my way, and don’t try to change my mind. The buckboard┬áSuburban is packed, there’s a note taped on the refrigerator, and I’m headed out of town, leaving the husband and kids behind to hunt and peck through the pantry for themselves. Gone […]

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