Writing Routine

As promised, my writing routine is below. Since I schedule my writing, I'll be just including what I do in the hour I've set aside most weekdays. My longer five hour weekend writing schedule's rather similar, so just lengthen were noted if you'd like. Enjoy! Close all windows save the document for the manuscript (MS)... Continue Reading →

Writing Processes

Authors have their own unique ways to get their writing done. Some have called this the pantser versus plotter methodology. Meaning some fly by the seats of their pants (pantser) and don't have any outline. The plotter creates outlines with varying degrees of detail. To be honest, I don't think this really describes the full... Continue Reading →

Author Spotlight: Brigid Amos

Title: A Fence Around Her Author: Brigid Amos Genre:  YA Historical Fiction  Can a girl break free from her mother’s past? Having a mother with a past is never easy. For Ruthie Conoboy, it becomes the struggle of a lifetime in 1900, the year Tobias Mortlock arrives in the gold mining town of Bodie, California.Ruthie is... Continue Reading →

Juggling like a Pro

All juggling herein is hypothetical or organizational. As you sadly put aside your balls, knives, and whatever flaming tortures you planned to throw around, take heart. This is the post on preparing yourself for reality. What reality? The reality that authors often aren't supported by their writing alone. Having other obligations is expected. People in... Continue Reading →

Author Spotlight: Emily A. Steward

  Title: Penelope Gilbert and the Children of Azure Author: Emily A. Steward Back Cover Blurb: When 13 year-old Penelope Gilbert accidentally transforms into a stapler during math class, she’s sure she’s going crazy. But she’s not imagining the men in black suits now patrolling the halls at school, nor is she imagining the new substitute teacher... Continue Reading →

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