When most people finish a project early, they rest. I add another one. That's how I roll.
Last year this time I'd finished draft number one and had a combined total of 5 pounds of kittens. Boy have things changed.
My life is full of instances where I heard the right thing at the perfect-for-me time that got me heading down the right path again. Last week's San Diego Writers and Editors Guild meeting was one of those moments.
What does Columbo and my blog have in common? Stay tuned!
I started craving something I didn't really want. Sheesh! Enough already!
It's been a blur of cooking and writing at our house ever since the Fair a few weeks ago.
It's my first time through the process of writing a novel and I'm loving every step along the way.
Thanks to advice from a fabulous author, I'm doing what it takes to make my novel the best it can be.
Here are my last couple weeks in a nutshell - trips, novel, and kittens edition!
This past weekend was a life-changing experience. I attended the SDSU Writers' Conference - two full days of opportunities to learn about the craft and business of writing, and to network with authors, agents, and publishers. Based on past (non-writing) conference experience, I almost skipped the opening keynote speaker, Jonathan Maberry. Typically, those addresses are… Continue reading Writers’ Conference