A year or two ago, some of you may remember, I posted a serial in my newsletter every week for a few months. People loved it, but I was stretched too thin and was too busy to continue it. I abandoned the project to work on other things. But as with all good stories and…
I’ve been working a lot on the website this past couple of weeks, which is why I haven’t really posted any blog posts lately. I didn’t want to have to move a lot of content. You never know what you’re going to like when it comes to websites until you try it out. I tried…
In which I update you… about writing… cuz you know, it’s a writing update… *runs*
Don’t bother me! I’m writing. (Just kidding. Click for a quick writing update…)
I’m considering a quickie little short story from our Lucky Thirteen folks for Christmas. Would you rather read about Brody and Devon or Murphy and Addison? Not saying it’s has to be one or the other, but I’m trying to get a feel for what folks would like to see. And also, I don’t know…
I was always a hardcore pantser but was it really pantsing or did I (unknowingly to me) actually plot things out before?
Fun times with the dog.
Creativity has been such a part of me for so long, I never really thought about it being hard work. It was just there. It was something I did because I had to.
The season for NaNoWriMo is upon us! Preptober is the month before NaNoWriMo starts. It’s when you sit down and figure out all the little things you need to start writing your story on November 1. Plotting sheets, notecards, world building… wine… It’s your time to get everything about your story out of your brain and on paper/computer without actually writing it yet. Come see what I’m doing for Preptober!
One of the biggest obstacles I’ve had trying to get back into writing and being creative was the motivation and the drive to do it. Sure, I knew I should. I knew I wanted to. But I spent a month floundering around, trying to figure out why I couldn’t. Here’s a post about what I’m doing to change that.