And last but certainly not least our final character for the week. Captain Garrett Catheridge, whom I left until the end for a reason. He is not really a main character, but he does have some kind of impact on almost every other character in the book, especially our protagonist. He stopped outside the entrance… Read More Garrett
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I will be moving my blog to a new home. I have had a good number of years here but I think there is another place that fits my style more. My blog will now be at Wix. I will post the direct link before I leave here for good. Thank you to all my… Read More Moving to a new home.
Christmas for me is officially over. Anyone who has family far and wide knows what I mean. Christmas at home, visit dad, visit mom, visit grandma, etc. All the visits have been done and all the presents delivered. Now it’s time to get back to work. Not that I haven’t been working on my writing… Read More New Year
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house Not a creature was stirring, ‘cept myself and the spouse. Presents she had, I with pen in hand I was poised to write a scene so grand. I thought and I scribbled and stared at the page though nothing came to me, despite all my… Read More Happy Holiday
National Novel Writing Month ended last week. I did not quite make the goal I set for myself but I did accomplish much. Being a discovery writer had its advantages and disadvantages. For those who aren’t sure what I’m talking about, let me explain. A lot of writers use outlines, very detailed, they go through… Read More Discovery Writing
My usual Monday post is a day late. I had the day off from my 9-5 job and concentrated on my writing. Being Thanksgiving week, time for writing will be tight. I will be squeezing out every moment I can. I am happy to say I made good progress yesterday. I hit 40,000 words total… Read More Thankful Week
I finally decided to start a twitter account yesterday. I’m 46 years old and I’ve made my first tweet. I will admit I was apprehensive about doing this, even though there are so many articles for authors that will tell you how important it is. I’m sure I’m not the only one who thinks, ‘what… Read More I Tweet, Therefore I Am