My friend Sara Crawford (author of The 30 Day Writing Challenge), tagged me in the Writing Process Blog Tour. Because she tends to be able to bend me to her will with the alluring awkwardness of her puppy dog stare, I’m participating. Aren’t you excited? I sure am. Visit Sara’s blog here and check out … Continue reading Writing Process Blog Tour: I, again, blame Sara.
There are plenty of times where I just need a change. Whether it's a change of scenery, office set up or even a new theme for my journal, change is always inspiring. I write a lot of short fiction and sometimes it can get tedious. What do you do to remedy that? Try a new … Continue reading Getting Bored? Try a New Medium
Yes, I know how to count. I know I'm out of sync/order/my mind. I also know that I don't want to give Sara's Entire book away in my blog, so we get to jump around the listed exercises (though I've been completing all 30 of them at home). I've been a bit absent as of late, … Continue reading Day Twelve and Thirteen: Word Choice and Character
*blows the dust off of Ye Olde Blog* Somebody needs to take some Pledge to that junk (and by somebody, I mean somebody else). Hello again! I do believe the last time we spoke I was heading straight for my busy season. Fall always brings a multitude of great events and I make sure to … Continue reading Long Time, No Blog
I've been known to randomly launch into a writing frenzy on occasion. It's not always good and it's not always bad, but writing is always fun and I never know where my imagination might go. *********** “I don’t care much for the looks of this one.” “Why not? He looks good to me.” “Oy! I … Continue reading Set in Stone