Hello! Although I am still working (at home) I am trying to find little ways to put creativity into my life that falls outside of just writing. Writing, especially when you want to be a published writer, can be stressful, and we all know that the world is especially stressful - so if you're… Continue reading #StayHomeWrimo – Poetry
NaNoWriMo came out with this brilliant concept, #StayHomeWriMo. And as someone who was super enthused to start working on a new concept, this pulled me out of the COVID-19 Quarantine funk. Now, I haven't really written in a year. I've been stuck in projects that kept falling apart, corrupting, or disappearing. So, having the flexibility… Continue reading #StayHomeWriMo – Brainstorming Walks
Hello Everyone! Well, we told you we'd be back in 2020 - but we didn't anticipate it to be during a time such as this. Where I live, we are on a "Shelter in Place" order (well, our governor has a different name for it, but its the same idea) so only essential businesses are… Continue reading A Letter to You
Long story short... Life is busy! We're hoping to be back in 2020 with some new content 🙂
Hello, friends. Today, I am here with a PSA. Writing a novel does not get easier. In fact, some people say every book you write will be completely different, and require different things from you. Right now, I am not writing my novel, Basiyon Peninsula. I am writing a...something. It was supposed to be a… Continue reading Just Keep Swimming
I have a lot of experience with trunking novels. In fact, all of the novel starts I've ever had....have been trunked - well, more than trunked - just thrown out and ignored forever. All of them, except for my current WIP. So what's the difference? Why this one over all the other ones? First I… Continue reading Trunk, Junk, or just Stuck?
Brystan and I are going to spend the month talking about when to trunk a novel, when to press on, and how to tell what the right choice is.To kick us off for February, I thought I'd reflect on the last six hours, which was built on the last three weeks of my journal with… Continue reading Writing Through the Crap