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Monua Cary
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  • Reno, NV
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Posted on September 16, 2011 at 10:08pm 0 Comments

Why do we breathe? Eat? Because we NEED to! Writing is as important to our soul as the fresh air to our lungs! Food for our bodies! The creative side of our brains require sustenance and an outlet like all of the other parts of our physical self. Some write for therapy...and I say this because I do. I get things off of my chest in a blog, or post on a website. The reason I wrote my first book was because of a desire in my… Continue


Posted on September 13, 2011 at 11:51pm 5 Comments

One of the main reasons for writers block can be described with just one word...DISTRACTIONS! And we all have them because "life" happens. Modern convenience and technology is a catch 22 situation because along with the ease of computers, microwaves, and iphones, we have complicated our lives with bombarding our "to do" lists with so much STUFF that we refuse to slow down. So at the end of the day when the kids are bathed and put to bed, your…


Changing Genres

Posted on September 12, 2011 at 12:48am 1 Comment

As a published non-fiction author, people have "pidgeon-holed" me into a particular style and genre; which is okay. However, I am also a very multi-faceted individual who has a huge imagination, and I wanted to try my hand at something very different than what people would expect. Sticking with one type of writing is okay and "to each his own", but I feel if you're a writer, well, you can write whatever you fancy whenever…


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At 8:46pm on September 13, 2011, Chuck Keyes (The Chuck!) said…


It is interesting about changing your Genre. I'm sorry to say I could never be a Christian author, nor would they ever publish any of my out-of-the-Ark work. In fact, being a medical engineer for prolonging life, my scientific concepts pertaining to religion might make them believe I'm  a non-believer; however, I believe in God own way without believing all the biblical fairy-tales, and I don't care what people thing or say about me. Like you, I do believe many people can write way beyond their genre. Personally, I'd like to write steamy hot romance, mystery, horror, comedy, adventure, and many more genre type novels. So what I've been doing is adding these genres to my sci-fi novels and short stories. They say changing genre after being accepted is like author suicide. The concept of writing is to write what you know from within your very essence, and this does include your imagination and your dreams.

The Chuck!  

At 10:17pm on September 13, 2011, Stacy Eaton said…
Monua - Welcome! I hope you enjoy it here- looks like you dove right in and got right into things!  that's awesome!
At 6:18am on September 14, 2011, Monua Cary said…
Hi Chuck, all I can say, is WRITE WHAT YOU LOVE!  :)
At 9:50pm on September 14, 2011, scribbler said…
Nice to meet you Monua. Welcome aboard. :) I hope you like it here! I look forward to hearing all about your writing.
At 10:56pm on September 14, 2011, Anna L. Walls said…
Hello Monua. Welcome to my corner of the world.
At 12:54am on September 18, 2011, Kay Elizabeth said…
Hi Monua! Welcome to It’s great to meet you! I hope we’ll see you around the site often. :) We’d love it if you could pop in on this thread please and share how you found your way to us. :)

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