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Eric Weule is the author of six novels, including Job Training, Annika, The Interview, The Thoughtful Spot, and White Spiral. He lives in Southern California. If so inclined, you can learn more by visiting www.eweule.com


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Eric Weule Sometimes I think I spend more time dealing with Writer's Block than I do actually writing. What it comes down to for me is preparation. I need to be…moreSometimes I think I spend more time dealing with Writer's Block than I do actually writing. What it comes down to for me is preparation. I need to be constantly thinking about the story I'm working on. If I don't, then the actual process of typing the words is a struggle.

I need a few hours everyday to just think about what I'm going to type the next time I sit down to write. It's prep time. The trick is not getting lost in the story to the point where reality suffers. It's a balancing act, a fine line, pick your phrase, but the ability to balance the fictional world I'm creating with the real world I'm living in is the key to dealing with writer's block.(less)
Eric Weule I just finished the second Kelly Jenks book, "Job Training." So I'm working with my editor to get it ready for publication on 8/31/2014. The third…moreI just finished the second Kelly Jenks book, "Job Training." So I'm working with my editor to get it ready for publication on 8/31/2014. The third Kelly Jenks book is currently receiving a lot of pre-writing planning. (less)
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The Thoughtful Spot
4.08 of 5 stars 4.08 avg rating — 37 ratings — published 2004 — 4 editions
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The Interview (Kelly Jenks,...
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Annika
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Repression
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Job Training (Kelly Jenks #2)
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Ripple: Book Two (Volume 2)
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I had the pleasure of watching my younger play soccer on Saturday. He plays holding mid, and most of the time he plays it really well. He's currently more interested in landing a sponsorship with Carver Skate Boards, but he still laces em up and kicks the ball around because his mom and I are paying large sums of money for him to do so. I love watching him play. I love watching my older play as... Read more of this blog post »
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John Connolly
“This world is full of broken things: broken hearts, broken promises, broken people,”
John Connolly, The Unquiet

Peter Straub
“Her sense of humor went south about a minute after I tied her up.”
Peter Straub, Mr. X

Robert McCammon
“You know, I do believe in magic. I was born and raised in a magic time, in a magic town, among magicians. Oh, most everybody else didn’t realize we lived in that web of magic, connected by silver filaments of chance and circumstance. But I knew it all along. When I was twelve years old, the world was my magic lantern, and by its green spirit glow I saw the past, the present and into the future. You probably did too; you just don’t recall it. See, this is my opinion: we all start out knowing magic. We are born with whirlwinds, forest fires, and comets inside us. We are born able to sing to birds and read the clouds and see our destiny in grains of sand. But then we get the magic educated right out of our souls. We get it churched out, spanked out, washed out, and combed out. We get put on the straight and narrow and told to be responsible. Told to act our age. Told to grow up, for God’s sake. And you know why we were told that? Because the people doing the telling were afraid of our wildness and youth, and because the magic we knew made them ashamed and sad of what they’d allowed to wither in themselves.

After you go so far away from it, though, you can’t really get it back. You can have seconds of it. Just seconds of knowing and remembering. When people get weepy at movies, it’s because in that dark theater the golden pool of magic is touched, just briefly. Then they come out into the hard sun of logic and reason again and it dries up, and they’re left feeling a little heartsad and not knowing why. When a song stirs a memory, when motes of dust turning in a shaft of light takes your attention from the world, when you listen to a train passing on a track at night in the distance and wonder where it might be going, you step beyond who you are and where you are. For the briefest of instants, you have stepped into the magic realm.

That’s what I believe.

The truth of life is that every year we get farther away from the essence that is born within us. We get shouldered with burdens, some of them good, some of them not so good. Things happen to us. Loved ones die. People get in wrecks and get crippled. People lose their way, for one reason or another. It’s not hard to do, in this world of crazy mazes. Life itself does its best to take that memory of magic away from us. You don’t know it’s happening until one day you feel you’ve lost something but you’re not sure what it is. It’s like smiling at a pretty girl and she calls you “sir.” It just happens.

These memories of who I was and where I lived are important to me. They make up a large part of who I’m going to be when my journey winds down. I need the memory of magic if I am ever going to conjure magic again. I need to know and remember, and I want to tell you.”
Robert McCammon, Boy's Life

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