In the middle of November 2017 I began writing the draft to a new novel. At this moment in time I'm a few hundred words away from 30,000. Last year, at this time, I had already written 50,000 words for a different novel. The difference is that I feel a lot more confident with this … Continue reading Writing Goals for the New Year
The fourth draft of The Harvest is in the hands of my betas. However, I've officially decided to also get professional help. The editor I'm interested in works for the same publishing company which published one of my favorite books, Dreadnought by April Daniels. Aside from catching up on reading, I started to fiercely study the authors I adore in terms of … Continue reading Novel-in-Progress: Duology!
I'm well over two months late to this challenge, but as I always like to say, better late than never! Recently, I found out about the #ReadingWithoutWalls challenge from one of my favorite authors, Marissa Meyer. The challenge was brought on by Gene Luen Yang, who worked on AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER! Can you feel my excitement? … Continue reading Reading Without Walls
People often say that money won’t bring you happiness. To a degree they’re absolutely correct. In fact, the fire I have to kick start my writing career and go back to school is because the money I was making and the jobs I had were not bringing me the kind of happiness I wanted. Granted, … Continue reading BookCon, NYCC, and other Missed Opportunties.