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When December 1st Rolls Around…

Hi Readers! December 1st has finally arrived, and a huge burden has lifted off of my shoulders. NaNoWriMo was a ringing success, that beautiful “Winner” bar glowing into my face at 8pm last night upon the completion of 50,000 words. … Continue reading

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The Controllers Of Zaraline – A NaNoWriMo Novel

I’ve been hard at work writing for NaNoWriMo, when I’m not at my full time job. This year, I thought I’d try my hand at a bit of Fantasy. It’s been going well, but a lot more difficult than I … Continue reading

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Writer’s Block? That’s What NaNoWriMo Is For!

I apologize for the lack of posts as of late. My second novel has been kicking my butt, and it’s been stressful. I’ve thought of ways I could overcome this block I’ve hit, such as changing the outcome of a … Continue reading

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6 Months Of Tearing Honor: Let’s Celebrate With A Sneak Peek!

Today is Tearing Honor’s 6 month anniversary. Perhaps anniversary isn’t the correct word since it hasn’t been a year, but regardless, 6 months prior to this day, Tearing Honor was published. In celebration of this milestone in my career as … Continue reading

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Robert Frost: The Farmer

Recently, the weather has been absolutely gorgeous around here.  We suffered through two weeks of rain, so spring fever struck the second the sun decided to come out. As a result, many trips were made. One I would like to … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Getting Your Facts Straight

We need to be careful when we write that we get our facts straight.  ESPECIALLY if historical fiction is involved.  At least this seems to be what readers have been complaining about from my own writing, and the character in … Continue reading

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Writing A Novel: A Love-Hate Relationship

As I was rereading my second novel, seeking out that inspiration to complete it and give it a much needed title, I realized a pattern with my feelings toward my novels.  The process of writing my novels is a love-hate … Continue reading

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