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When writing I usually have a moment in each novel when something snaps, and suddenly the addition of one complication or deletion of one beloved scene gives the entire story new coherence. Whatever had been fermenting in my hind brain takes over and all the disparate pieces of the book fall together into a unified whole.
I have learned to trust my hind brain. At least on first draft.
This week's blog is a guest post from David Lee Summers, fellow author in Gears and Levers 1 who has several novels under his belt as well:
I am pleased to have a story in the Gears and Levers anthology alongside Chris Wong Sick Hong's "The Festival of Flame." My story is called "The Pirates of Baja" and like Chris's story, it adds a certain element of multiculturalism to the familiar steampunk gadgetry and historical action.
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