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One of my great passions is the collection of historical trivia. Lynn Abbey#Collection 67
Lynn Abbey#Collection 67
There is nothing that compares to an unexpected round of applause. Lynn Abbey#Applause 67
Lynn Abbey#Applause 67
No one uses a ribbon typewriter any more, but your final draft is not the time to try to wring a few more sheets out of your inkjet cartridge. Lynn Abbey#Cartridge 64
Lynn Abbey#Cartridge 64
Neophyte writers tend to believe that there is something magical about ideas and that if they can just get a hold of a good one, then their futures are ensured. Lynn Abbey#Believe 55
Lynn Abbey#Believe 55
When I'm not writing or tweaking my computer, I do embroidery. When I'm not plunging into the past, tweaking, or embroidering, I'm reading books about history, computers, or embroidery. Lynn Abbey#Computer 55
Lynn Abbey#Computer 55
It took me about 12 years to reach my million-word mark. The challenge now is to continue to challenge myself. Lynn Abbey#Challenge 49
Lynn Abbey#Challenge 49
That bedrock faith that I could write was what blinded me to attempts to discourage me. Lynn Abbey#Faith 49
Lynn Abbey#Faith 49
A good short-story writer has an instinct for sketching in just enough background to ground the specific story. Lynn Abbey#Background 43
Lynn Abbey#Background 43
When I have an idea, it goes from vague, cloudy notion to 100,000 words in a heartbeat. Lynn Abbey#Cloudy 32
Lynn Abbey#Cloudy 32
Editors of open anthologies actively seek submissions from all comers, established and unknown. They are willing to read whatever the tide washes up at their feet. Lynn Abbey#Actively 32
Lynn Abbey#Actively 32
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