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
Plotting a New Novel
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
Ready to Query East of Yesterday. Almost.
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.
Eight Things I Edited For. So far.
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
7 Things I Did During My Writing Break
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
East of Yesterday Complete!
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 –
Writing Engines are Humming
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
So I guess I’m on hiatus. Kind of. I’ve written over 100,000 words of East of Yesterday, and I’m trying to wrestle this story into a satisfying ending. My productivity
Creating A Sense of Intimacy–Or Not
Sometimes the tiny revisions help more than you think. I was revising a cozy scene, and I removed several instances of the man’s name and replaced it with “he” or “him”. I
A Needed Break
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I didn’t post last week because I took a staycation and took care of some health issues. Other than a brief trip to visit my mother