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Part 4 of my series about my experiences with my novel is up on Lit Reactor. Check it out!

I’m writing a little series for Lit Reactor about how to write comics. It’s kind of fun, check it out!

Don’t Write Comics: How To Write Comics Part I

Part III of my Lit Reactor piece about trying to get an agent, and sell my first novel. Check it out!

Lit Reactor has a very cool post up about writing environments/work space. Since I find this a rather fascinating subject, I thought I’d share mine.

Keep in mind I live in NYC, so space is highly limited. That said, Adam and I have both tried to carve out serious (and organized) space for ourselves as we spend a lot of time working at home…me especially.

So here’s a peek (or two) at mine and yes, Adam’s and my workspaces face each other. It’s not to be cute, but for space saving. Fortunately our monitors are so big we can’t really see each other unless we try…it makes everything much less precious. Post links to your workspace on Lit Reactor!

For those of you that have expressed interest in my experience with my novel – the writing of it, the query process, securing an agent, shopping the book to publishers, and beyond – look no further!  The first in a series of essays about my experiences with my first novel (once upon a time called Superhero Junkies) is up on Lit Reactor.

The Long & Winding Road: Part 1 – Writing The Novel

I hope you all enjoy it, and for those of you engaged in some phase of novel writing, that it might also be helpful. Enjoy and as always – comments, likes, and retweets are much appreciated!

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