The 6th Sacred Knight book draws one more step closer today. I finished the manuscript several months ago (I'm not going to say how many because I was a bit embarrassed when I looked up the date -- whoa, really?), and I have been nagged by it ever since. I knew there was a scene … Continue reading Sword & Shield – Sacred Knight #6
I'm writing this the day before Thanksgiving, but since I won't put out my next post until late tomorrow night, I wanted to wish all my U.S. readers a Happy Thanksgiving now. May you have a good day full of cheer. Okay, I wish that for everyone, whether you are in the U.S. or not. … Continue reading In all things
I did get my homework finished and turned in last night. But then I was up for an extra hour, probably coming down off the adrenaline rush of doing all that. I had planned on sleeping in to account for staying up late. Nope. I felt my watch buzz with a notification for me to … Continue reading Walking the baby steps
As predicted, the wind blew and it got cold. It was definitely a good day to spend in the recording booth. I recorded two chapters. Then while my son and I watched a movie, I mastered five tracks on the book bringing me to current on it. I still need to listen thought and take … Continue reading Recording day
I'm writing this as it's about time for me to turn in for the night. I can't believe the day whooshed by so quickly. I've still been editing The Missing Thread all day, save for writing some new words for Palladium. I'm hoping tomorrow I can finish the edits, prepare the character list, and update … Continue reading Me, hopeless?
Trust the process - an affirmation for telling stories even when the path doesn't make sense.
Tomorrow sees the release of the ebook version of Tangled Magic. It has developed so much since I was running it here on the blog as Onesong. In fact, it still continues to grow and change as I discovered another scene that I wanted in Walk the Path, the coming sequel to Tangled Magic. It's … Continue reading Palladium – Chapter 42
I'm trying to write and my faithful dog, Merlin, would rather have me petting him. This is a good problem to have. I'd rather have this than a lot of other dramas I see people inviting into their lives. Why a person would want to create that kind of stress is beyond me. I'd rather … Continue reading Palladium – Chapter 41
I didn't mean to disappear. I've been very focused. More about that below the story. Let's get you to the story. Cover and layout copyright © 2019 by Morning Sky StudiosCover design by Dawn Blair/Morning Sky StudiosCover art copyright © Rodjulian | Dreamstime.com, ©Xneo | Dreamstime.com, and © Gualtiero Boffi| Dreamstime.com Palladium Chapter 40 by Dawn Blair Chapter … Continue reading Palladium – Chapter 40
For those of you with celebrations this week, happy holidays. May you have fun and stay safe. Those of you that choose not to celebrate, I hope you have a good week. Since it is a festive week and people are gathering, I'm going to keep this week's portion of the story short too. I … Continue reading Palladium – Chapter 39