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Emily Bryan's Blog – June 2008 Archive (3)

What type writer are YOU?

I just finished writing the first draft of VEXING THE VISCOUNT, the manuscript that's due to my editor later this summer. I know what you're thinking. "Big Whoop! It's just a first draft." For me, typing THE END is a big deal because of how I write a book.



I'm mostly a linear writer. Once I have a fully developed idea of the plot points and the characters solidly in my head, I start on the first chapter and write the story straight through in order. I sneak back from time to time to… Continue

Added by Emily Bryan on June 25, 2008 at 7:47am — 2 Comments

Publishers Weekly Blog takes on my PIRATE!

Barbara Vey, author of the PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BLOG, BEYOND HER BOOK has just posted a rave for my PLEASURING THE PIRATE. She says it should be called, PLEASURING THE READER!

Please pop over to http://www.publishersweekly.com/blog/880000288/post/1570027157.html to comment on Barbara's insights. She likes to get lots of posts, so please leave a message. I'd appreciate it muchly.



Thanks so… Continue

Added by Emily Bryan on June 13, 2008 at 11:22am — No Comments

Wanna Meet a Pirate, Matey?

When I decided to add a dash of humor to my writing, I found one of the natural places to do that was through my secondary characters. I'd like to introduce you to a fellow in PLEASURING THE PIRATE.



Meet Joseph Meriwether, lately first mate of the pirate vessel, REVENGE. He's a scruffy, squint-eyed mariner with a faded tribal tattoo on one of his sagging cheeks (on his face, I mean!). Meri has a unique outlook on life. Here's a sampling of his take on things.



On progress:… Continue

Added by Emily Bryan on June 11, 2008 at 4:05pm — No Comments

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