It's probably the only day this week that I can actually put into the win column. I finished drafting the third book in the trilogy. I am currently taking out that scene I mentioned last night. It had no bearing on the story by the time I wrote to the end. I feel like it … Continue reading Today is progress
Many authors fear reviews. They want them, but anything less than 5-stars seems to shatter them. I don't read reviews anymore. I used to, but I just don't go there now. I know I would end up carrying those voices back into my writing room. My artist child is too sacred to me to rent … Continue reading Progress – September 24, 2018
I want to thank all of you who supported the audiobook version of Quest for the Three Books after it came out last week. Thank you! I was absolutely amazed at the response. I did finish the audio for I'm with Cupid and I've started recording For Sale, Call Loki, so I'll be editing that … Continue reading Progress – August 27, 2018
1-800-IceBaby is now up for pre-order and releasing on August 28, 2018. Yippee!
I know, you're thinking that August is so far away. It's hot now and you want Loki to come cool you down.
This has been the week of getting lots done in small time. Yes, you really can get things done by working in tiny increments; it doesn't take big blocks of time. I confess that I haven't been able to get up as early as I had been and though I've been trying to work back … Continue reading Progress – January 15, 2018
Just wanted to remind everyone here that I have started showing the first draft of my manuscript, Dragons of Wellsdeep, on my writing blog. Even if you aren't a writer and prefer reading fiction, the process might interest you. Hopefully you will follow me along over there. Please let others in your circle know. There … Continue reading Process of writing a story
Last time, I wrote about how I'd found an author while I was driving down the road. After a short search which turned up not much about her, I downloaded her Kindle sample. Was she going to be worth the $2.99 she wanted me to shell out for her book. I couldn't wait to look … Continue reading Because Good Writing Makes Happy Readers
Here's another part of the process I was not too involved with. My part of the job entailed flying around the field in the pickup truck and up-righting any bale that had tipped over. Some bales could be stubborn too. But, we had to make sure that they were all standing up for the harrow … Continue reading The Art of Making Hay – Stacking
I never got to drive the baler. Bummer. It was hooked up to a tractor which my dad didn't think a girl could drive. In this case, he was probably right. So, I never got to drive that tractor. Which means, I never actually baled hay. But I did get to watch plenty of men … Continue reading The Art of Making Hay – Baling
Yep, that's right! You can now get The Write Edit downloaded to your computer now as an ebook in PDF format. Oh, and did I mention the price? Only $7.00 to take your fiction writing to the next level. Okay, I know you're as excited as I am (oh, you know you are deep down … Continue reading The Write Edit – the ebook