Tag Archives: Robert Dunbar

enter the werewolf

Well, it all started here when Alex Bledsoe talked about what he really thought about the vampires in the Twilight series. As always, Alex delivered a very thoughtful post, not just on the Twilight series, but on the subject of … Continue reading

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evaluate writing advice before rewriting

Since I’ve joined the online writing community, I’ve noticed clumps of advice that come in waves, the latest of which is “start with action,” meaning, of course, to start your novel with some sort of action-related event. This is good … Continue reading

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two announcements: uninvited books and a new web site for me

[tweetmeme source=”teresafrohock” alias=”http://wp.me/pr3QO-Br” only_single=false] I don’t know how many of you had an opportunity read an Interview with Robert Dunbar, but in that interview, he hinted at a new venture he was undertaking. I have the web site now, and … Continue reading

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courage in your writing

“Writing, true writing, requires a level of commitment most people can’t even imagine. You need passion and discipline and incredible amounts of courage.” – Robert Dunbar [tweetmeme source=”teresafrohock” alias=”http://wp.me/pr3QO-zC” only_single=false] I’ve always recognized passion and discipline as necessary elements of … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 1/13/10

[tweetmeme source=”teresafrohock” alias=”http://wp.me/pr3QO-ye” only_single=false] So you want to write horror. On this fortunate Wednesday the 13th, and in honor of our interview with author Robert Dunbar, this week’s lunch hour links will be devoted to links on writing horror. Before … Continue reading

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An Interview with Robert Dunbar

Today I’m most pleased to present an interview with author Robert Dunbar. Mr. Dunbar is best known for his critically acclaimed horror novels, The Pines and The Shore, both of which use the legend of the Jersey Devil to illustrate … Continue reading

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a look ahead to 2010

Instead of a retrospective, I’d like for my last post of 2009 to look ahead to 2010. Here are some of the things I’ve decided to try in 2010: Writing a Novel from Concept to First Draft Beginning January 4, … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 11/25/09

Well it’s still a few weeks away, but I thought I’d shout out early so you can mark your calendars. Robert Dunbar, author of The Pines, The Shore, and an anthology of short stories Martyrs & Monsters, will be coming … Continue reading

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Martyrs & Monsters by Robert Dunbar

The Dragon reviews Martyrs & Monsters by Robert Dunbar at Booklove.

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