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Elizabeth Amy Hajek (as her in-laws pronounce it: “Hey Jack, get off my lawn!”) is a renaissance woman, both in her love of Tudor England and her vast array of hobbies. After a long period of indecision in which she explored independent filmmaking and learned that English Majors have to dissect too much poetry, she settled down to a life of trying every artistic, culinary, and crafting experience she could get her hands on. In addition to writing about magical folk, she runs a variety of sewing related enterprises. She lives with her husband and their Shih Tzu in Minneapolis, MN.

Letters from readers are happily received at ElizabethAHajek(at)gmail(dot)com, or at her blog, elenatintil.blogspot.com.

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Elizabeth Amy Hajek Unless the block is spiritual or medical in nature, I usually can work my way through it. Sit down, force myself to start writing, and then the flow w…moreUnless the block is spiritual or medical in nature, I usually can work my way through it. Sit down, force myself to start writing, and then the flow will come. (I've got a full post on beating writer's block here: http://elenatintil.blogspot.com/2010/...)

But I also don't overpush myself. Trying to write too much at one time can dilute the story. Sometimes my ideas just need time to stew, so I'll focus on sewing or gardening for a few days until I feel certain about the next direction for the story. (less)
Elizabeth Amy Hajek Getting to go on adventures from the comfort of my armchair and even earning a few peanuts from it.
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