Monthly Archives: July 2015
Since said novella is looking more like a novel, a few things had to change as far as action sequences, etc. Surprisingly it hasn’t taken too many words away, but, as a whole, I am re-counting the words from the … Continue reading
Check out @WriterlyTweets’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/WriterlyTweets/status/626787807231655936?s=09 Me: Caterers don’t wait tables except emergencies. I believe this might have sparked something.
It is raining again. The pressure hasn’t changed so I am enjoying this rain. It is soothing, comforting. Reading Blameless, by Gail Carriger is the perfect companion to the rain and taking a slight break from the words. The current … Continue reading
Originally posted on Books and Such:
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Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Hmmm, what’s the story behind THIS? Can we answer the question, “What is your book about?” in one sentence. Is our answer clear and concise? Does it paint a vivid picture of something others…
*flexes fingers* *relaxes shoulders* *takes a deep breath – let’s it out slowly, and begins to type* Last week only about ten words managed to get written on the novella-now-novel. The rest of the time concerned going to doctors’ appointments and … Continue reading
My brain – she is tired. The novella is possibly turning into a novel. Last week was traumatic and drama filled, which I hated. There will be more on this later. Tonight there was a good amount of research for … Continue reading
Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News :
Howdy folks, it’s me, it’s me, Ronovanee. Okay, so it’s Ronovan, but Ronovan didn’t rhyme. Hugh is letting me hijack his blog for a moment. Just don’t tell him I did it,…
Check out @cnni’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/cnni/status/625704780594176000?s=09 Couldn’t wait to share this! What are your thoughts?