Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Getting that Word Count While Traveling – How Do You Do It?

Posted Jun 25 2017 in , , , , , , ,

I’m delighted to announce that THE SHIFT OF THE TIDE is up for preorder!! A few others will be coming soon, but – as with many things – Amazon is fast and efficient, making us both love and loathe them. Smashwords wants me to promise to upload the final doc ten days before release and […]

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What’s the Ideal Amount of Time to Take Between Writing Novels?

Posted Jun 19 2017 in , , , ,

These signs always amuse me so much. Although, in New Mexico, the lakes are often somewhat hidden from view, and one can come upon them precipitously, from flat mesa to deep canyon filled with water. Still… the warning signs make me smile. Our topic this week at the SFF Seven is the Novelist’s Refractory Period: […]

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The Writer as Friendly Curmudgeon – Building Fences Without Walling People Out

Posted May 14 2017 in , , , , , ,

One of my favorite pictures of my mother, embodying all her effervescence and zest for life – letting her fringe fly.  It’s apropos for me that week’s topic – which has to do with attempting to be both a writer and a socially acceptable person – falls on Mother’s Day. My mother is tremendously social […]

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Why I Locked Myself in a Coal Bin to Become a Writer

Posted Nov 2 2014 in , , ,

I’m over at Word Whores, talking about the weirdest thing I’ve done in the name of writing and how it’s a bit like NaNoWriMo.

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Why It’s a Sign of Love for Writers to Tell Their Families to Bugger-Off

Posted Jun 16 2013 in , , , , ,

I’m over at Word Whores today, talking about Father’s Day, loved ones and how get them to not encroach on writing time.

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