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End of a Decade – Hello 2020!

Hello Friends!

It’s the penultimate day of 2019 – of the decade! I’ve done so much exciting stuff over the last ten years:

  • Graduated from high school & got my AA and BA (in Music/Theory & Composition)
  • Published a book!
  • Made some amazing new friends and reconnected with old ones
  • Visited England for the 1st time in years
  • Debuted several flute choir music compositions
  • Started teaching music
  • Wrote a guest blog post
  • Attended quite a few weddings
  • Got my own PO box finally
  • Took some road trips
  • And so much more!

I’ve truly been blessed with all the wonderful things that have happened – too many to list here really. I’m looking forward to 2020 and all the next decade brings. I’m lining up some great new content for this coming year, including publishing Thorunn, which I am so pleased about.

Join the brand new mailing list to stay informed, and I’ll end with a little slideshow of all the Tedenbarr of Have Lath quotes I’ve posted to Instagram since last year. (I’m still a little surprised that I made 65 of them in total, wow!) I am retiring them for now, but only because of what I mentioned above.

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Happy Reading!
ETJ

Tedenbarr of Have Lath

ETJ Writes Wolf Interview. (At alkaplan.wordpress.com)

HELLO FRIENDS!

Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by a wolf! Or at least that’s the persona author A. L. Kaplan assumes when presenting her fun, quirky author interviews to the world.

Jones half seated reclining in front of a piano. her right hand rests atop her knee screenshot of linked text from interview

In case you didn’t know, I’m a full time musician as well as an author! I started with recorder, added piano and flute along the way, and sometimes I dabble in percussion as well.

Fun fact, I share music in common with the titular character of my debut novel, Tedenbarr of Have Lath.” See for yourself:

A small stringed instrument was brought and handed to him, along with a low stool. Tedenbarr clutched the lyre tightly [then] began to pluck the strings of the lyre, his fingers falling into a simple but steady rhythm, the soft music pulling words from his mouth as surely as a river pulled down cliffs into a waterfall.

 
For more about my non-writing whimsies, including weird foods I’ve eaten and why I took up archery, be sure to check out the full interview at alkaplan.wordpress.com.

Happy reading!
ETJ

Tedenbarr of Have Lath

Plot Holes & Outlining Article

Hello Friends!

In yet more exciting news, an article I authored that gives some tips and techniques for tightening up outlines to help fix and prevent plot holes has gone live at arimeghlen.co.uk!

If you’re struggling with plotting, you might just find some advice that works for you; and do feel free to drop a line in the comments – I am replying to each and every one.

Happy reading!
ETJ


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