Tag Archives: TV

Using Obsessions to Improve Writing

…Or why I’ve sacrificed precious writing time to rewatch season 5 of White Collar. I have a highly addictive personality and generally finding myself slipping from one obsession to another. My current obsession, however, has lasted more than a month! … Continue reading

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Why Authors Should Watch TV

Today I’m pleased to welcome Jordanna East to¬†Off the Page¬†chatting about her new book and the benefits of watching TV. Jordanna East readily confesses that she started writing a novel one day when she was broke and unemployed. Her cable … Continue reading

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Memorable Characters from Fiction

The world of fiction is teeming with larger than life, unforgettable characters, some thanks to their spandex (Superman), aggressive antics with a sword (Xena) or brawn (Wolverine). Many of these memorable characters are memorable because of the history come legend … Continue reading

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Why I’m Addicted to Friday Night Lights

Anyone who knows even a little bit about me, would be shocked to say the least that I’m currently watching episode after episode of a series about football. Actually, for me to be interested in anything involving a sport (dancing … Continue reading

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