To a Mouse

I’m always divided about what I should be blogging about here — whether details of my personal life are just too….personal.  Or whether you like seeing the inside of an author’s life. I’m pretty much an open book (HaHaha! Hadn’t

Done!

I did it! I reached 50,000 words in my National Novel Writing Month project – which means I’m that much closer to being done Chad’s story. Okay, I’m that much closer to being done the first draft of Chad’s story.

NaNo Week 1 Report

Another InkyGirl comic for you – in this one I see Ed as being my internal editor. 😉 The one thing with NaNo is you’re not supposed to edit, you’re supposed to just keep moving forward. I think that’s useful

Happy Birthday Sue

I had a face/palm moment yesterday when I was going through my emails yesterday. I’d missed my friend Sue’s birthday two days ago. Sue’s the one who convinced me to get serious about my writing. Who nudged me and bugged

NaNo report and a poll

Just a quick post this evening, updating my NaNoWriMo figures – I wrote just over 2700 words today, for a three day total of over 8800 words. Chad’s story is going to be different from Personal Protection — he’s getting

NaNo, NaNo, part deux

Those of you who aren’t writers may see a lot of authors talking about NaNo or NaNoWriMo for the next month. November is National Novel Writing Month. It’s a challenge to write an entire novel in the month – or

NaNo Day 5

2500 words so far today. So I’m over 6,000 words total. (not including the reams of pages I’ve created for notes and outlines and character studies.) But what I’ve noticed is the way I’m writing has changed over the past