Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

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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Setting Writing Routines – by the Day or by the Deadline?

Posted Jan 27 2013 in , , ,

I’m over at Word Whores today, talking about how my writing routine varies depending on what day of the week it is or where I am in writing a story. (And sorry for no blog post on Friday – WordPress was not cooperating!)

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Top Two Writing Resources

Posted Aug 19 2012 in , , , ,

I’m over at Word Whores today, talking about my top two favorite writing books of all time.

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