So I've been thinking for a while now that I should probably get into writing romances. I've already started falling into the abyss of romance books (seriously, there are so many on my Kindle right now...) and I do enjoy the stories for the most part. And I know that as a writer, it's one … Continue reading Looking for New Projects
So I know I've touched on submissions before, and how one gets ideas for them. It's easy to surf around and say "oh hey, here are nine thousand places looking for stories that sound interesting; LET'S GO!" but it's less easy to actually write them. Now here's my usual problem. Length. I'm sure some of … Continue reading The Trouble With Submissions
As a writer, Valentine's Day can be great fun. I have so many interesting characters who can do all manner of fun and interesting things for the holiday--or, in the case of Karantiri, I can make up an equivalent holiday that they can then celebrate. (Or more than one--one for the humans and one for … Continue reading Valentine’s Day (Because Why Not)
I always seem to run into the same problem right about now. I’ve essentially recovered from the chaos and madness of November, had all of the holidays to rest, and now I’m ready to get back on track--not only with stuff like my eating, but also my writing. I want to have a new project, … Continue reading What’s Next?
I've always liked the idea of a day planner, but I've never been very good at keeping one. Even when I was in high school and they gave you one every year to track your assignments, I did the bare minimum with it, and always wanted to do more and didn't manage to do it. … Continue reading Finding a Method for My Madness
Names have always been important in my writing. I say time and time again that characters come to me first, and that usually starts with a name. (This does lead to many of my characters having similar names, which is...something I'm working on.) Add into this my time dabbling in Lyn Thorne-Alder's world of Addergoole, … Continue reading What’s In A Name?