Category Archives: 2015

Indie Success –10 things that really matter

Indie Success –10 things that really matter.

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Hygge: The Dark Side of Danish Comfort, a Story by Dorthe Nors

Hygge: The Dark Side of Danish Comfort, a Story by Dorthe Nors. This actually gave me a slight start.  After you read it, tell me what you think.  It is definitely a good story.

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A Human Sort Of Peace

Today has been sort of a vacation day:  I haven’t done anything super important other thanto talk to friends, hand feed Willie, play with the turtle, and roam the Internet randomly.  I haven’t written one word on any writing project nor … Continue reading

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A Gothic Wednesday WIPpet

A Gothic Wednesday WIPpet. This is fun.

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Progress Reflections

For the past few days I’ve been almost obsessed with word counts. This stems from self-criticism. It took me a while to figure this last part out. I have berated myself because my word counts are not in the thousands … Continue reading

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Wordy Wednesday

The sun is shining brilliantly outside my window today. Lil Dude, the turtle, is in his day box beside me lazing about in his “pool” and nibbling on dried grass shrimp. Chewie and Willie are encircling me in the wheelchair, … Continue reading

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Feeling Swag!

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

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Wherein There Is Reading, Rain, and ‘Riting

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

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Looking At Things Seriously

One of the biggest killers of the writing dream is fear. Only recently did I force myself to reach this conclusion. In the beginning, when I was so young, there wasn’t any fear. I felt confident in what I was … Continue reading

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Independence Day

Have you noticed, when there is some kind of progress, nay-sayers arrive to cause the progress to look as if what positive thing has just happened is really nothing more than descending to the primordial depths and not progress at … Continue reading

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