To you and yours…
To you and yours…
Awesome 2-hour interview with Chuck Palahnuick. Must watch for all writers. The guy is amazing.
I sort of stole this from another blog – but I thought it would be a fun Friday post.
Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense. Love puzzles and can’t resist trying to solve them.
Series are great because you get to spend more time with beloved characters and watch them grow and develop. Although some stories are meant to stand alone. So, I guess I don’t have a preference. Although, most of my books at present, are part of a series.
Funny, stubborn, determined
Yes, bad things happen in the creepy woods. Hehe
Six months. Then I promptly trashed it. It’s okay, it was utter drek.
Michael Connelly – the best crime writer out there, in my opinion.
After reading a historical romance I wrote (inspired by a poem) my writing professor told me that I wasn’t ready to write novels yet. He said I needed to get more life experience first. Though he didn’t specify what that experience needed to be. Nothing like being told you can’t do something to make you want to do something.
I’m very shy in real life. (Nobody believes me about this)
It’s very easy to feel as though you are all alone in the world. Writing is a solitary activity and it can make you feel isolated. You doubt whether what you’re doing matters, is good enough, and whether anyone will really care about what you have to say. You have to learn to be good at self motivation, giving yourself pep talks, and letting your intuition guide you. But despite this, there is nothing more amazing than creating a story you are proud of and want to share with others.
I think Facebook. It allows for a lot of interaction and enables you to connect on a deeper level than most of the other venues. I’ve made some lovely friends and found some wonderful readers on Facebook.
Believe in yourself. Believe in others.
Thanks for reading this fun little writing meme. Feel free to ‘meme’ yourself in the comments.
If you’re a writer: What is your favorite thing about being a writer? What is your least favorite?
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Have a lovely Autumn weekend.
In honor of National Poetry Day, I thought I would share my LOSING submission to the 2018 Wergle Flomp.
Congrats to all the winners.
ARC’S AVAILABLE TO BOOK BLOGGERS UPON REQUEST.
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