Blogs I Follow
Tonight, we are playing Pandemic. When I was a kid, I loved playing Candyland and Sorry. Uno was pretty cool, as was Battleship. Now that I’m an adult, board games have taken over as one of my favorite pastimes. I … Continue reading
Sometimes my characters get stuck in a pickle. I want them to be believable, so I want them to react in realistic ways. The problem? Sometimes I don’t know if my reaction would be everyone else’s. In this scene, my … Continue reading
My house has never been so clean. Seriously. The laundry’s done, the closets are organized, and the baseboards are shining. I’ve baked two loaves of banana bread, a loaf of oatmeal raisin bread, and I even made pizza dough from … Continue reading
I am about 10,000 words into my NaNo piece this year and I just wrote the following: Dr. Pantel stood up, adjusting his glasses as he did so. “Dean Washington, it seems that we are extending extraordinary measures of safety … Continue reading
NaNo officially kicked off this morning at midnight. I attended the kickoff event at Country Kitchen and, as the minutes ticked down, my self-doubt amped up. What am I going to write about? Is it a good enough idea to … Continue reading
I’m totally a ghost hunter! Last night, I had the opportunity to take part in something really cool – a paranormal investigation led by the stars of SyFy Channel’s Ghost Hunters and Haunted Collector at the Missouri State Penitentiary. And, … Continue reading
This is where I review books, host author interviews, and share about my own writing.
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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.