J. E. H U N T E R

A writer of young adult fiction specializing in self-publishing, creativity, and writing.

Imagine four characters, one stuck in each attic. How are their lives different, how are they the same? Describe life as it would be stuck in an attic forever.

It has been a very busy month! Primarily because I got a new day job, and that has been all kinds of insanity, BUT, the new job serves my eventual goal of writing more (even though in June I wrote less… much, much less). I was also trying to get my garden in, and then …

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The one thing I have been struggling with most lately, as a writer with a rather demanding day job, is progress.¬†What do I mean by progress? To me, progress means writing a page of new words, rewriting a book scene by scene, or sending something out on submission. It means moving further along on the …

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One of the most difficult parts of being a writer with a day job that I didn’t realize until I was no longer a full-time writer, is how difficult it is to keep your head on your current Work-In-Progress. (Aside: This month marks one year since I started my grant time, that wonderful four months …

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