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D Jordan Redhawk
Writer of Lesbian Romance
Writer of Lesbian Romance
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Now that I've completed writing Pixie, let me show you where it all started.

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I've uploaded a new short story at my Patreon page--a Star Trek: Voyager fanfic, no less. It's my one and only!

Have a look! It's free!



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Took me a bit to finalize things on Patreon, but my Patreon page is officially open for business. And to start things off right, I've posted a brand new short story!

Go read Toy Story Romance!

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As I’ve mentioned before, I outline my novels with three disasters and a climax. (I picked up the bare bones of that from here.) Others simply ask the question, “What’s the worst thing that can happen to my main characters now?” Depending on their…

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What happens when the writer is beyond her personal deadline? The reader receives an excerpt rather than a real blog entry.
Yay, you!
Here’s a look into Lindsay Wells from my upcoming book, Pixie.
Happy Reading!

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If you're a writer, I have no doubt you've stared at a blank computer screen slash typewriter paper slash notebook page in dismay. You see the characters in your mind's eye in ultimate detail. They've lived in your heart for weeks or months or even years.…

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Latest post at Women & Words by yours truly!

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As a child I recall my career goals included a rock band and a sculpture studio. I’d play guitars or drums on stage and create beautiful statuary in the privacy of my home. The reality is that I can’t sing for @#%! and never got beyond the first guitar…

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Writing is a struggle. I’ve spent a months over the last eighteen years in search of everything to do except write.
(Idiotic, really, as I’ve wanted to be a published author since I was seventeen years old.)
I’ve just finished Yukon Treasure (formerly Skagway Bride,) and am already woefully short on my annual word count as well as a weeks behind my scheduled goals.
Not due to procrastination (which is what I’m doing), but because of Resistance — that which caused me to procrastinate.

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(FYI, that's a book title, not a personal opinion about the author! Come to think of it, she can be stranger than fiction though... Hmmmm...) Jeanine and I have been acquaintances for some time, bumping into each other at GCLS for the most part. This year…
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