Category Archives: The Writing Life
Moving along…coming soon…Frantic Woman–November Post and Holiday shopping Post
Thanks for all the encouraging thoughts and words! I’m slightly over half way finished!
Play that number, kids. It might be a winner. I got an email from the National Novel Writing Month boys today. Everyone who is doing it, got one. It was interesting. A pep-talk that outlined the way the first week … Continue reading
That’s right…I’m plugging away. Not sure where the story’s going, exactly, but it’s cracking me up. And for now, that’s good enough.
Hi folks…I’m off to a great start…this is my favorite part of writing–getting it down. I dread the other part–revising, elaborating, cutting–the part that actually makes something good. But without the first part I never get to the third part–book … Continue reading
I got an email this morning that said my agent is ready to sell the book. She thought the changes were great and she just needs my bio and eight copies of the manuscript! I can’t believe it…must have been … Continue reading
I’m drowning in a sea of crap and unimportant facts that mean nothing to my life. I thought you’d want to share in it. Not right to hog all the crap for myself… While immersed in an article about Nicole … Continue reading
I’ve got the classic, good news bad news thing going on. Like fate can’t let me have too much of a good thing at one time because it sees the potential for a huge ego or that’s just life… Good … Continue reading
After four days of ruminating over how to implement the changes my agent wants to see, wasted time staring at the first page of my book like it was a priceless antique vase I was about to break, not being … Continue reading