Goals Check-in: 2018, The Third

Goals Check-in: 2018, The Third

In this goals check-in, I have failure to report, as well as progress, and some extras! Failing First, the failures: blogging. I haven’t gotten better, only worse. Having a baby to run after is hard, folks. (And these days, I certainly […]

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Preparation (for NaNo) and Revision (to Goals)

It may seem ludicrous to consider participating in National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNo, NaNoWriMo, or just November to the rest of the world) when I’ve had to cut back to posting here only once a month, but I’m doing […]

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Mini Check-In on Writing

Mini Check-In on Writing

All around I’ve had a rather bizarre summer. Typically, summer is my most prolific writing time; with the longer days and slower pace I can usually cram in lots of writing, and reading for that matter. This summer has been […]

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What Does Story Need to Provide? Part Two, Solid Plot Twists

What Does Story Need to Provide? Part Two, Solid Plot Twists

Following up with my post from last week about believable characters, today I’m going to discuss character development after recently watching a movie that highlighted some what-not-to-dos when it comes to story writing. Again, if you haven’t seen The Last […]

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What Does Story Need to Provide? Part One, Believable Character Development

What Does Story Need to Provide? Part One, Believable Character Development

My apologies for the radio silence the past few weeks! I didn’t realize I needed a hiatus until it simply happened, but I’m back and good to go! Today, as my title states, I’m going to discuss character development after recently […]

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Writing Conventions: Adventures with Baby

Conventions become an altogether different experience with a baby, I am here to tell you. Last month, I did ReaderCon with a nine-month-old. Things I did right: Brought a good stroller. This was totally by accident, but I ended up […]

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