Thanks to all who entered to win a paperback copy of The Thief! The 20 winners have been randomly selected by Goodreads, and I will be mailing out the signed copies tomorrow. I would have done it today, but I’ve been knocked out by a post-traveling bug. But now, courtesy of orange juice, over-the-counter medication, … Continue reading
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NaNoWriMo prep, 2013 edition
Oh, yes, it’s that time of year again. That month when I completely fall off the face of the earth IRL, but inversely become more active on social media because I’m compulsively distracting myself from THE EPIC WRITING CRUSADE known as National Novel Writing Month. (In brief, it’s a challenge to write 50,000 words of … Continue reading
Baby steps, sir. Baby steps.
I was afraid this would happen. I’ve spent too long in edit/publish mode, and now that I’m trying to use July (and Camp NaNoWriMo) to jumpstart the alpha draft of The Dragon, my fingers are stalling. Writing really is a habit that you can’t let yourself get out of. Big duh, right? I’ve heard variations … Continue reading
This has been a long time coming. Too long, I’ll admit. I’ve known I wanted to be an author since I was six years old. Then I procrastinated for twenty years. D’oh. Most of that time was spent frolicking amongst projects that never could quite hold my interest. There were a couple large ones that … Continue reading
Welp. I’ve gotten a lot done this month. I really, really have. I don’t think I’ll quite make it to 50,000 by the 30th this year for NaNoWriMo, but I’ll be close. The important thing is going to be keeping the momentum going – because I want to have the “gamma” draft ready to give … Continue reading