When a writer decides to stop writing blog posts, is she still a writer? I answer the question!
The question of what I do all day when my family is away was posed, rather innocently, by my daughter. I thought it would be fun to finally answer that question. And by fun, I mean a cinematic disaster of epic proportions. Enjoy!
It's been so much fun blogging my way through October. I feel like I really primed my creative muscles for Nano and I am currently bursting with excitement. If you'd like to follow along and see my ATROCIOUS rough draft develop as I write my way through November, please follow me on Wattpad to be sure... Continue Reading →
Why would an author (especially one who is or hopes to one day be a published author) share their work FOR FREE? Excellent question class and here is my list of reasons why I love sharing my work with the world (for free) and why you might consider it as well. To build community. Writing... Continue Reading →
So if you don't know what NaNoWriMo is, it stands for National Novel Writing Month During this month, each participant commits to writing 1667 words each day in order to complete a 50K word novel manuscript. For some of us, 1667 is little more than an hour at the keyboard. For others, it is a... Continue Reading →
Good writers are usually pretty decent readers. There are, of course, exceptions to this rule. There are some pretty successful writers who were avid video game players and only knew how to read cheat codes. There are some pretty decent writers who are movie buffs, channeling their love of movie magic into the written word.... Continue Reading →