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RH Webster
RH Webster
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    LGBT Science Fiction Fantasy
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Science Fiction Novelist
  • Born: 14 February
  • Member Since: May 2018
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  • Followers: 26
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BIOGRAPHY

RH Webster grew up in rural Alabama, reading everything she could get her hands on. She started writing her first novel at the ripe old age of 13, and while that particular work remains incomplete, she never lost the dream to one day become a novelist.

She now lives in sunny El Paso, Texas, with her other half and two adorable terrier mix rescue puppies, named Charlie and Rosie. Lucky is her first novel to be published.

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Luckyby RH WebsterPublish: Mar 16, 2018Science Fiction

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      • RH Webster RH Webster 19 days ago
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      • It's less of a schedule and more of an "ooh, I have twenty minutes before my next meeting I should scribble some words" sort of thing. I work multiple jobs to pay for my writing, so I get a lot of ideas running from one place to the next. I workshop them in my head as I'm driving and listening to music, and then as soon as I get home I try to type it out. Usually, it's rough, but that's what a first draft always is. Then I can rewrite the scene, tweaking and improving it over the weekends.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 19 days ago
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    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • RH Webster RH Webster 19 days ago
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      • I think everyone gets Writer's Block now and then. I have two ways to manage it: if it's during November (National Novel Writing Month), I leave a note to myself in the manuscript that says "HEY DUMMY FIX THIS" and I go back and tackle that during a less stressful month. If it's at any other, non-time-crunched part of the year, I'll usually get up and go for a walk or do some laundry to see if I can "shake the words loose" in my head.

        However, sometimes Writer's Block can be a sign that you're trying to force a story in an unnatural direction. Maybe instead of forcing it, allow yourself and your characters a little leeway and see what happens? The fun part about a manuscript is that it can always be edited and updated later.
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