Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Writing Freak-out Moments – And Why You Shouldn’t Freak Out

Posted Nov 27 2016 in , , , , , ,

Our topic this week at the SFF Seven is “The part of the writing process when I freak out.” Which… it would be easier to pick a part of the process where we DON’T freak out. Writing seems to depend on freaking out in the same way stage performances feed on nerves.  But, I do […]


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Learning My Own Lessons

Posted May 1 2015 in , , , , , , , , ,

A couple of weeks ago, I had the fabulous and fun privilege of flying out to St. Louis to teach a workshop to the Missouri Romance Writers of America (MORWA). They asked me to talk about structuring a serial novel, largely because of this terribly geeky blog post I wrote about it. (I think that’s […]


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Breaking through Plot Walls

Posted Jun 28 2012 in , , ,

Jackson demonstrates a little kitty yoga for you. Dare you to replicate this position. I’ve been working away on the sequel to Rogue’s Pawn, simply titled RP2 for now. I had been going fast on it, then I slowed down. It happened right as I neared the Act I climax. Usually I don’t have this […]