Welcome back science fiction fans. I hope the start of your new year is going really well for you. This year will see me publish about four science fiction short stories as well as submitting to magazines and ezines. I have four wonderful authors who have agreed to guest posts this year. They are (in […]Read more "NEW YEAR, NEW LEVEL"
Today is a day in which we should all take a moment to be grateful. On this day in 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence which solidified that America was its own country. Free of the laws, restraints and (then) tyranny of King George III of Great Britain, we became […]Read more "REMEMBERING OUR INDEPENDENCE"
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I bombed this year. I didn’t complete NaNoWriMo. I didn’t even bust open 20k words. Thanks to a brutal cold (brought in by my sweet Godson, given to both my husband and me) several days of migraines, along with some vertigo and the Thanksgiving holiday, I didn’t achieve my goals. […]Read more "I BOMBED NANOWRIMO…AND I’M HAPPY ABOUT IT!"
Today I celebrate my 41st birthday. In celebration, as I stated last week, I am awarding one lucky commenter from last week with a $25.00 Amazon Gift Certificate. I want to first take the time to thank every one of my readers who have been supportive of my blog and the beginning of my writing […]Read more "CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES!"
It’s three o’clock in the morning and I am wide awake. Mostly, because I am a night owl. Partially, because up until a few minutes ago when I realized the date, I was worrying over some things in my head. Such things as the fact that it’s been a long time since I posted a […]Read more "A BIGGER PICTURE"
This week I’ve been asked to write a guest blog for my dear friend and fellow author, Stephen Hise, at his totally awesome website Indies Unlimited. Stephen is the author of the novel, “Upgrade”, a fantastic tale of a man’s quest to find love and acceptance which leads to some totally unexpected results. Upgrade was […]Read more "INDIES UNLIMITED GUEST BLOG"
I’ve made it to the beginning of week three. At this point, people participating in NaNoWriMo have fallen into a few distinct categories. They’ve either quit, started another project, pushed through and are continuing their original project, or have completed their manuscripts. I land in the third category. I fought hard last week with the urge to give […]Read more "NANOWRIMO WEEK 3 – WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS THE ROAD"