The Scene That Ended It All

And that’s when a purple skinned elf randomly apparated into the scene, singing,

“This is the song that never ends,

Yes it goes on and on my friends. 1,246 more words


I'm still writing...

It’s been a few months since I posted to this blog, but rest assured, I’ve been busy writing the whole time–just not on the blog!  I’ve gone back to writing in a physical journal by hand rather than writing in my e-journal (PenZu) mostly which means that I’m just not on the computer as often throughout the days as I am when I write online.   245 more words

Not Giving Up the Ghost

Whether or not we want to admit it, I think most writers enjoy the recognition from others for a piece well done. It’s nice to have someone tell you that they read your article, story, or book and that it meant something to them. 332 more words

Just Sayin'...

Fueling the Muse---How to Mentally Prepare for "The Novel"

NaNoWriMo is kind of like Christmas for writers—suffering, drama, no sleep, heavy drinking and really bad eating habits. Also, we start talking about NaNoWriMo months… 2,126 more words

Kristen Lamb


It looks like today is finally the day..

Let the party commence!

So I just broke 50,000 words on my current project, by which I mean the book I’m currently working on within the umbrella of the series. 295 more words

Open Journal: Muse on the Fritz

#CampNaNo July was a weird one.

April’s laid-back version of the internationally acclaimed National Novel Writing Month was a breeze, with me getting through my edits of “ 478 more words

More To Do With Writing Than Not

Impossible? Write 5,000 Words a Day...

How to Write 5,000 Words a Day.

One of the blogs I follow is A Writer’s Path by Ryan Lantz. Ryan is an author and exceptional blogger who consistently writes great posts on the world of writing and publishing and takes time to showcase the writing of guest authors on his blog.

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