Month: June 2014

  • Merry-go-round Decision: What to Write Next?

    Today the husband and kidlet are camping, which means I have the house to myself, and time to get a good chunk finished of the next draft of the WIP. Getting it closer to complete? Excellent. Wondering what to write next? Not so good. Probably on the basis that some part of me likes to…

  • Behind and Lucky Seven

    I’m late again posting this week. Inside my head, it’s like the constant refrain of “The Conference is coming! The Conference is coming!” No, I’m not actually a white rabbit, late, late, for a very important date, though I might as well be this week.  You see, I’m quite excited about the RWA National Conference…

  • The Writing Process Blog Tour

    Good morning! The Writing Process Blog Tour arrives here today. It’s my turn to try and explain the madness that is my process. How does it work? I answer a few simple questions, then tag the next author who will likewise answer the questions when they next post their blog. I was tagged by fellow…

  • Using up Creativity?

    Can creativity be “used up”? I ask this as part question, part theory, as I’ve been pushing myself relentlessly to finish a new manuscript before the RWA National Conference in July. Which means I’ve been putting in  a minimum of about 5000 words a day, and on Saturday, actually got 9077 words written in one…