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Mason Friday is a hodgepodge day!

Happy Friday! This week it couldn’t come fast enough for me. Being a superhero by day isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Trust me when I say, I’d pick my evil mastermind self over Miss Goody Two-Shoes any day. … Continue reading

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Mason Friday. The Superhero day job has me out of town.

This is our second Friday together. And I feel a little like a date that’s just realized I won’t be able to give you the full attention you deserve. Why you ask? I’ve been call out of town. Not because … Continue reading

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Evil mastermind Fridays?

I’m sure that when you woke up this morning grabbed your morning coffee and sat down at your computer you weren’t thinking ‘today will be a Mason Friday’. Nor that it would be the first of many. Surprise! I’m sure … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Thursday. What happen to great minds? By the waste side of the Greeks.

While I was doing my Monday post, I was thinking. I know that’s where my problem started, of course. As I was reread on the Greeks a slight tingle of annoyance moved through me. It happens even to evil masterminds … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Monday. Evil mastermind plotting.

Is the evil me out or is something else going on? The reformation of a pancer. Those of you that follow my blogging escapades know that I’m reluctantly a pancer being transformed into a hybrid plotter. I don’t like it … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Monday. Feeling the pain.

That is correct. And I’m loving it. Most of it. My wrist are on fire so I’ve been cooling it with the typing. However I do have a self-imposed deadline and edits I’m doing. I love getting emails form my … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Monday. Bigger the book with no hoo ha ha.

Another jam packed weekend of writing and critiquing with no more hours in per day. Such is life as a writer. Since I got serious about my writing career, I’ve been to two Donald Maass “God of the written word” … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Thursday. That time of the year.

What time of the year am I talking about? The one with all the conferences. Authors are frantically working to perfect pitches. Editors and agents are headed out to conferences in search for new talent and to meet up with … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Monday. Chapter one.

The most important chapter of the book. CHAPTER ONE! I usually don’t start the writing process on chapter one. What you say? How can you not start there? Well. My mind is weird. It’s true. I usually start the book … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Thursday. Declaration of genre.

What on earth is Mason going on about now? Genre. Of course. Why? Because every now and then I feel the need to remind everyone including myself that I write romantic elements. Every once and a while someone does or … Continue reading

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