So, another NaNoWriMo has come and gone and I can breathe a sigh of relief. It was a tough month in some ways and in others, it more fun that any one person ought to be allowed to have. I finished the next story in my Cold Shivers Nightmare titles. I’ll let it sit for […]Read More The end of the challenge.
Today is the 23rd of November, 2018 and I have officially “won” NaNoWriMo. Well, I actually did it yesterday on the 22nd, when I passed the coveted 50,000 word mark. Today, the 23rd I am sitting at just under 53,000 words. So, how does it feel to win NaNoWriMo again? Well, it feels great, but […]Read More How I “won” NaNoWriMo 2018
I have re-imagined this website and I am trying to throttle it into submission. Easier said than done. When I started this journey back in 2016, I had this idea to take a couple of screenplays I had been working on and convert them to novels and hit the Self-Publish button. Little did I know […]Read More What is the Writing Life today?
It is finally completed and ready for your reading pleasure. I can’t believe it took me one year to get the next volume in The Chronicles of Wyndweir written and ready for my readers. I promise the third and final volume will not take that long. I already have the next story outlined and plotted. […]Read More It’s done!
Well, it’s finally finished. The second volume in The Chronicles of Wyndwier series is finished and has been sent to the editor. She wanted a deadline and I gave her the end of July, so I am looking at somewhere near the middle of August to publish the book. I’ve already started on the outline […]Read More Good news Wyndweir fans
Yes, it is National Torture … err, I mean … National Novel Writing Month again, or NaNoWriMo for those in the know. I got off to a good start today with just over three thousand words. I have a goal of hitting 100,000 words again, like I did last year, so I’m a couple hundred […]Read More So, it begins again …
I have finally finished the first book of The Chronicles of Wyndweir, Wicked Rising. But, that doesn’t mean that you can buy it. Yet. That only means that I have finished it and sent it out to my editor. She, who is overworked and underpaid, shall now take a look at it and tell me […]Read More It’s Finally Done!