Monthly Archives: July 2012

When Words Fail

This is a very timely post, since I’m neck deep in the topic: Writer’s Block.  Given that, I thought it wouldn’t be a bad thing to give some advice on getting past it.  I see lots of articles on writing, and how to write, but I don’t see much about not writing.

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“I’m Just The Messenger”

One of the most useful tools I found for writing (for me at least), is designing a “soundtrack.”  It may sound like a given to some, but I’ve found that finding the right music can be difficult — so I turned to movie scores.  Now, I a complete addict to what people are apparently calling, […]

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And the Beat Goes On…

I’m starting to think of my blog as a cautionary tale for other would-be self-publishing authors, primarily on two fronts.  I want the first to be about the trials and triumphs of writing a novel at all, and about all of the things that go on (and can happen) in the process.  Unfortunately, so far anyway, […]

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Just Another Manic Monday

Yes, I do like titling my posts based on songs and movie quotes.  Well, this time, it’s appropriate.  It’s been tough getting into the swing of things after the rollercoaster that was this weekend.  I feel like I need a weekend off from the weekend.

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The Plot Thickens…

Well, work continues on Pride, but it’s much slower in coming than I’d prefer.

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  • About the Author

    T.M. Lennon currently lives in North Carolina. His passion for science-fiction and fantasy was influenced by Star Wars in 1977 and The Lord of the Rings novels, which he read at an early age. He created the world of Eörlond in his teens for a fantasy role-playing game, and it has grown ever since.

    The one-time a soldier, systems engineer, and software developer, now adds author to his list of credentials. He continues to work during the day as an information technology consultant, but spends his precious little free time evolving the land of Eörlond and its inhabitants in front of his trusty laptop.