WIP Wednesday

Life has hit me hard lately, so I’m falling a bit behind on my current WIP. And it’s kind of under wraps at the moment anyway. I mean, I’ve got people critiquing it, and hopefully soon it will be ready for the agent who says she wants to rep it. Fingers crossed! Still, I’d hate…

IWSG: Surprise!

It’s time again for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group! Posts go up the first Wednesday of each month. Read more posts and/or join in here. What am I insecure about this month? Well, I’m working to finish my WIP for an interested agent. And while I know this agent won’t discard me if I’m a…

To Do

The remainder of my year promises to be very busy. Here is my working to-do list: Write a guest blog post. (Deadline: 29 Sept) Finish Hamlette. (Deadline: 30 Sept) Edit this one project for a client. Edit this other thing for a friend. Edit this thing for my mom. Finish Faebourne. Finish Changers: The Great…

Semifinalist

Well, my original television pilot Hunting Victor Frankenstein made it as far as the semifinals in the Creative World Awards. Unfortunately, it was eliminated at the finals. I’m still really proud of the script, and hope it can one day find a home somewhere. It’s written more for network television than cable (and Fresh Voices…

WIP

Bea and Gwendolyn found us then, and Liam used the distraction to slip his arm out of Rosalind’s hold. “Hey, ladies,” he said, and my heart wilted a little as his eyes lingered on Gwendolyn. She wilted, too, as though trying to make herself smaller under his gaze. Why do cute boys have to be…

The Adventures of Sel & Am

So I’m putting up this little serial story one piece at a time. You can find it here. I’ve always really envisioned it as a manga, but I can’t draw. Seladion and Amaurodios, if you’re somewhat new to my blog, are Ninatat, which are akin to angels. They exist as part of my parageographic project…

WIP Wednesday

Most of you know I’m writing like mad to finish Hamlette. This is for One Line Wednesday: The thing about having the Prince of Wales glowering at you and trying to get you to walk toward him at the same time is that when he’s glowering at you like that the last thing you want…

Death of a Newsletter

I’ve made attempts to build my newsletter, and I still send one out every month, but I think I’ll be ending that soon. Despite many authors insisting that newsletters are the best way to find readers and sell books, I’ve never seen much ROI. I did what many do and offered giveaways and free, exclusive…

Progress

So here is the countdown clock for Hamlette to be finished and submitted. If I continue to write 1% per day, I will make the deadline. (See the sidebar on the right to track my writing progress.) Though really I should write more per day and be sure I have time for a thorough overhaul…