Blogs I Follow
I wrote 14,571 words today. I’m just about one thousand words short of my 50,000 word count goal for the month of July in Camp NaNo, but but my fingers hurt, my brain is mush, and I need to sleep. … Continue reading
There has never been anything in my life that has made me feel like an underachiever quite as much as Pinterest. Oh sure, I jumped on the bandwagon and have posted to boards including Crochet, Gift ideas, and Home Décor. … Continue reading
Chugging along. 5,000 words in – I’ve introduced my characters, the problem, and given a glimpse into what will happen. The novel has begun and I am excited and optimistic as a writer. All is well. 10,000 words in – … Continue reading
Writing can be a lonely experience. I have spent countless hours in front of my computer screen, banging at the keyboard into the early morning hours. Alone. But, last November, in the midst of the craziness of NaNoWriMo, some fantastic … Continue reading
The last two days I’ve spent home with my parents, helping to watch my adorable one-year-old niece. We’ve spent gobs of time playing on the floor, visiting family, and snuggling. After a full day yesterday, I sat down around 9 … Continue reading
Tonight, I pounded out over 5,000 words in my Camp NaNo piece. Admittedly, this course was taken because my friend logged in a higher total word count than me today and I am so ridiculously competitive that I had to … Continue reading
This is where I review books, host author interviews, and share about my own writing.
Author, Blogger, Social Media Jedi
Jason & Dorothea
Mysteries and Suspense
Writing From Where I Live
WBE Second Grade
Appreciating the hard things in life
An author's life and more
A literary blog of poet, playwright and essayist Rachael Stanford
Conversations with Street People
How to write your novel, find your readers, and stay sane while doing it.
I read. I write. I create.
Dreams on a piece of paper
Bringing light where it's needed
One writer's burning ambition to become an Author
Faulkner said, kill your darlings. I say, put them on the internet and let strangers read them.