In case you haven’t caught on yet, I am definitely not publishing The Warden of Everfeld: Memento this year. Now it’s time to officially own it and look forward to next year. Continue reading On Not Publishing in 2017
A People are bound
not by land and borders, but
by spirit and heart.
Greetings from New Jersey! We drove up this morning to visit with family this weekend. This has always been my excuse to not go shopping on Black Friday — not that I need an excuse. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Writing Rhythm Attained
Man, I thought world-building was tough. As much as I love going into the details of a place and its people in my stories, even I must admit that it can be a lot of work.
But I had no idea just how difficult it could be to world-build for a second time. Continue reading The Trouble with World-Building… Twice
One cannot lead well
without treading the path that
others fear to dream.
Writing has been slow again for me this week. I’ve written a total of 4,400 words for NaNo — a rather pitiful showing considering my initial goal was 30,000. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Recalibrating NaNo Goals
Accepting the past
is not the same as being
bound to its burdens.
Well, well, well, nine days through NaNo and look where we are!
Can you guess? Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Family Writing Night!
Is your connection
to your ancestors defined
only by your name?
I completely forgot to announce the NaNo 2017 edition of Haiku Sunday! Just as I’ve done for NaNo 2015 and NaNo 2016, my weekly haiku throughout this November will be based on themes from my NaNo project, The Warden of Everfeld: Legacy. Continue reading Haiku Sunday NaNo 2017 Edition – Name
I can’t keep track of October. Turns out, it’s almost over!
That means it’s almost NaNo time! I have done zero prep work for National Novel Writing Month this year. But I’m not quite pantsing either. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: I Almost Forgot About NaNo!