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  1. I was going to put this on your post about the blog tags, but it kept saying that my comment couldn’t be posted, so I’m just going to paste it here. 😄

    Thank you SO much for tagging me, Kellyn! I finally just made a post with all of the awards and tags I had yet to get caught up on… 😄

    By the way, I have a quick question – I’m working on my novel and was wondering it it’s good to write other short stories on the side just for fun or if I should continue to put 100% of my focus and writerly energy toward my novel?

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    1. Good for you! I never remember to do blog tags … as you can see by that post! 😄
      Okay, so, I suppose it depends on what you can handle. Does it stress you out to try to balance your short story writing along with your novel? Or is it relaxing for you to take a break from your major project to work on something shorter and (supposedly) easier? Whatever makes you write more often and with more enjoyment is the right choice. I’m trying out a new system myself – working exclusively on one project for a week (a.k.a. Ivy Introspective) then switching the next week and working only on my other project (The Dressmaker’s Secret). I’m hoping this way my brain won’t explode. 😉 So … sorry for no straight answer! It’s really up to you. 🙂

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        1. Ah, well. My brain exploding is really the least of my worries. My brain is pretty hardly. My heart? If I keep writing melodrama, it’s gonna give out … I’m killing myself … and the books don’t benefit from it, either. 😉

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