Posts tagged with: writing

WIP: Hacked

Urban Fantasy; Witches; WereCreatures Meet Alexandria Lane. Of the Raleigh Lanes. One of the Gifted families, for those who know about such things. Gifted is a nicer word than witch. She plans on spending the summer soaking up the sun at her family’s beach house in Wilmington before heading back... Read More

Milestone Achieved

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. How do you write a novel? One word at at time. I hit the 25% mark on Hacked today. It might not seem like much, but after being unwilling to write for months, I feel like it is a... Read More

Provoking the Muse

     She woke groggily. One eye opened to see that the sun had not yet broken over the horizon. No, she thought, just no. She snuggled deeper into the blankets, nuzzling down into the soft pillow. She closed her eyes. There had been a dream. Something with fluffy kittens, I... Read More

Recalibrating…

It is spring break time here in North Carolina. That means it’s time for me to try and get my life back on track. To recalibrate, if you will. I love spring. (I don’t love North Carolina’s crazy spring weather, however. Today, for instance, I spent wondering if a tornado... Read More

Stories from Arianrhod Station

I came up with the idea for this collection of short stories last year. Due to time constraints I wasn’t able to even put a dent in 26 stories in a month. That’s still not going to happen. Of course, everything I worked on for this project was lost when... Read More

King of Swords: Sneak Peek

I thought you might be interested in learning a little bit about this work in progress, so here is a sample scene and a link to my Pintrest board where I store my inspiration for this work. Keep in mind this scene may or may not appear in the final... Read More

WIP: King of Swords

I’m currently working my way through Holly Lisle’s How To Write a Novel class. It is a happy coincidence that NaNoWriMo begins in November. I decided to take my work in progress novel for Holly’s class and use it as my NaNoWriMo entry for this year. With my school obligations and... Read More

Following The Artist’s Way

I decided to take the 12 week path found in Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way. Though I haven’t decided if I’m going to share every thought here, I have started on the morning pages and I’m planning an artist date for this coming week. If I’m going to continue on the... Read More