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R.M. ArceJaeger is an a #1 Amazon Bestselling Author, a Publisher, and a Computer Scientist. In 2005, she was named a California Arts Scholar for excellence in Creative Writing, and her novel Robin: Lady of Legend won 2nd prize in Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Award contest. She has been writing books since she was five years old and enjoys making readers reimagine classic tales.

To help fellow authors, ArceJaeger provides Cover Design, EBook Formatting, Interior Art, and Website Design services. You can view examples of her work at rmarcejaeger.com/services or contact her via her website at rmarcejaeger.com/contact

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R.M. ArceJaeger Remember that a good author is 20% writer, 80% editor. You should spend 4 times as much time editing your work as you do writing it. Don't fall into…moreRemember that a good author is 20% writer, 80% editor. You should spend 4 times as much time editing your work as you do writing it. Don't fall into the trap of thinking your work is perfect the first time, and don't be afraid of seeking (and taking!) outside critiques. That being said, don't let editing bog you down. Try to write and edit a little bit each day --- that is the only way to move forward.(less)
R.M. ArceJaeger When I have writers block, I find it's usually because there are little questions that are bogging me down and keeping me from proceeding. I keep a…moreWhen I have writers block, I find it's usually because there are little questions that are bogging me down and keeping me from proceeding. I keep a notebook split into two sections --- Plot and Questions. When I come up with an idea for my story, I put it into the Plot section. Anytime I have a question (no matter how trivial), I write it down in the Question section. That is very important because sometimes I'll come up with a great plot idea, but five or six small problems will occur to me. Rather than ignoring the problem or storing them in my brain to address later, I write them down as I think of them as a Question. That frees my brain to focus on the plot and ensures that I don't forget to plug any plot holes. When I think of the answer for a question, I put it in Plot and check off the corresponding Question. Try it! :)(less)
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Everyone knows about them, but we try not to talk about them — Holy Days of Obligation, a.k.a. (for the most part) Solemnities. These are days that typically fall during the work week when we’re suppose to rest, not work, pray, and of course, go to Mass.

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“Wisdom too often never comes, so one ought not to reject it merely because it comes late.”
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