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Where She Sits

So this is where the girl sits

Through thin space

And in tired walls

Drunk on her pretty lies

In the eye of soberness

Here she waits… 25 more words


Day 2 of 16

On which I begin my character profiles. I sketched them (in words) last week. Now, I’m writing each of them through the story – featuring their perspectives on events. 50 more words

The Hardest Part of Writing the First Draft

No one can deny that writing a first draft is a difficult, oftentimes painful experience. In spite of the fact that many authors consider it to be their favorite part of the process (and almost all prefer it over the dreaded editing), it’s not only pleasurable, it is necessary—which always means it will be hard. 549 more words

Wednesday's Articles

Paying Homage to First Drafts

I have made a solid commitment to completing the first draft of my romantic fiction novel by the middle of February, 2015. Dear Lord! What have I done? 538 more words


Pushing Through to the End of My Draft

Hi everyone!

I was a neglectful blogger last week. It was Christmas show week, which is a crazy time in my house. My husband and I both play in our church orchestra, and my son was also in the children’s choir this year. 643 more words


Getting Back Into the Swing

The Voice of Prophecy is all set to release tomorrow.

In celebration, The Shaman’s Curse will be free tomorrow only. So, if you haven’t read it, here’s your chance. 147 more words