. . . cut, cut, cut again. And so, East of Yesterday (or Highway to Yesterday, I can never quite decide), which was once over 116,000 words, is now a
It seems like a year since I posted last, even though I know it hasn’t been so long. But it HAS been a rough year. Not terrible–just a little rough.
I finally saw the new Star Wars movie. To me, it was a mixed bag. The heroes were very likable, but the villain was flawed, and not in a good
Today’s post is about perseverance. When to stick to it. And when to not to. No, I’m not planning on giving up on anything. But that is not to
June has been crazy, with a series of ups and downs, along with a lot of changes. This week, I started a new job. Things are starting to settle down
I started a blog post called “Ready to Synopsize East of Yesterday” but I never finished the post and now I am finished with both the synopsis and the query.
Over the last few weeks, I have been going back and forth over my manuscript, tightening up the language. Here are the things that I can recall looking for in
Well, it’s been two weeks since I took my “writing break” and I have one week to go. And what did I discover? I do a lot of writing. When
Exciting news! I have finally finish drafting East of Yesterday! Here’s some quick stats: Genre – Time Travel Historical with light science fiction elements Length – 111,000 words Point-of-View –
What a week. Using the road map I made for myself last week, I finally gritted my way through a very difficult rewrite, pushing East of Yesterday up to over