Archive Monthly Archives: November 2014

In Which All is Lost

This week … this week was grueling in every way. My daughter who I’ll call Trouble (Pink!) had a high fever and was home for days – no writing done for days. For days! So, I only managed a couple

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Try something new – even if you don’t know if it will work

So, this week I’ve been grinding through the rewrite and fell into that low. You know, the hollow feeling you get when things aren’t going the way you want them to, the frustration that comes, and

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There is no shortcut

Remember when I wrote, it took me two years to write this first draft I have? Well, in reality it’s been about four months straight. I started writing through NaNoWriMo 2012 (around 57,000 words) and

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Bow to the Masters: Tolkien

Bow to the Masters is a series of posts that will feature fantasy authors that I think are tha bomb. These are authors that inspired me to write my own fantasy tales, those I’ve learned from, those I

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Status Quo

I’ve always wanted to tell a story. Ever since I was a child, I retold stories I’d read, stolen elements from pictures and images I’d seen to create my own version of stories. But there’s one I’ve

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Hello world!

Yeah, I’m keeping WordPress’s first title option. So, here’ s the thing: I consistently test for ISTJ on the Myer-Briggs personality test. (Check it out and do your own testing here.) When I first

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