Chapter 1 – The Big Move I make it to the top of the landing before I drop the box in my arms onto the floor. My chest hurts as I try to suck as much air as I can into my desperately struggling lungs. I’m out of shape, I think to myself and make … Continue reading The 6 Month Lease (Chapter 1)
Woohoo! I think I might have found some way to get some time in to write again. It's been hard but I need to get back into it, especially since I'm still on maternity leave. Once I get back to working full-time, I'm sure it will be a lot harder but I'm determined this year … Continue reading The 6 Month Lease is Returning!
Camp NaNoWriMo is just around the corner! Now that March is here, we’re starting to think about gearing up for our next writing adventure. Today, NaNoWriMo participant K.A. Magrowski shares a few tips on determining whether you need to take a break from your manuscript, or if you should keep keep pushing through:To be a successful… … Continue reading **Reblog** To Write or Not to Write: Is That the Question? — National Novel Writing Month
Just wandering around Pinterest today and thought I'd share some photos of beautiful bookshelves I found. Currently, I have 3 bookshelves. Since my family lives in an apartment, I can't get too creative with my walls but a girl can dream; right? 💫
Whelp, as if things couldn't make me go any slower..... my laptop has decided to die on me. Okay, well it's not really dead but it's in electronic hospice and isn't doing me any favors by being a gamble. Sometimes it turns on, others it doesn't and lets just say IF it turns on, there … Continue reading Paper, pencils or pens… oh my!
Years ago ..... and I'm talking probably about 10-12 years ago, I wrote a novel. Not just any novel but one of four books in a series. I wrote them on my phone (at the time my phone had a full functioning keyboard), posted them onto a mobile story website (I wish it still existed … Continue reading A book ….. re-imagined.
Here are some tips that will have your readers hanging on the edge of their seats in anticipation. via How to Build Up Suspense In Any Genre — Lady Jabberwocky