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Mid-Month Slump

Mid-Month Slump

The holiday season is officially upon us. Thanksgiving is in a week. Following that, all the other holiday madness, from the fun of parties and celebrations, to stress over not having enough money to stretch to all the gifts and charities and so on, to squeezing in every last required social engagement, to the inevitable […]

All the Craft Books

All the Craft Books

I mentioned in my last post that I’m working on a new manuscript. My first completed manuscript and its sequels were written totally by the pantser method with the only outline being a rough one in my head. Last year I decided to use Jeff Gerke’s Write Your Novel in a Month. It’s a basic […]

On to the Next Dream

On to the Next Dream

The other night, I sat down and wrote out a “business plan” for my writing for the next ten years. I say “business plan” with quotation marks because it was just for fun. What? I’m the only one who likes making “business plans” for fun? You say I’m weird? (Hadn’t you picked up on that […]

Looking Forward

Looking Forward

It’s the time of year when we start looking at the upcoming year and resolving what things we’re going to change in the upcoming year. Personally, I’m not much for making New Year’s Resolutions. I think if you are convicted about something in your life that needs changing, you should change it, regardless of the […]

Moving Forward

Moving Forward

2013 was an amazing year for me. I signed a contract with OakTara for the first book in my epic fantasy series. I’m just about halfway done with book two. I also started The Unspoken and am about halfway through that. I learned that I can write every day (even though December taught me how […]