Last year, I decided I had re-written one of my novels enough times and it was time to take the big, scary next step. Following many edits, re-writes and renamed files, I […]
National Novel Writing Month is an odd creature. Most publishable novels are at least 70,000 words long, and it’s most common during an editing process to cut words, not add […]
At the end of day 25, we’re almost at the finish line. I’m a bit behind by this point, but still able to to catch up. Write Ins I attended […]
At the end of day 18, nearly 3 weeks in, I am on track. I got behind for a bit, and then I was sick. Cue 112 words written in […]
Eleven days in. On November 1st, I began writing the final book in the Planes series. It’s a book I’ve put off writing as I was editing book 1. However, it’s […]
National Novel Writing Month begins this week. I’m being a slight rebel this year, allowing myself to work on three projects, although if I get 50k out of the ‘new’ […]
I found novelling thanks to NaNoWriMo 2009. I have completed the 50,000-word challenge 6 times, having “sat out” of the task in 2014. Last year, while struggling with low mood and feeling that […]
In 2012, I began a book called Wings of Skell. During re-writes, it was renamed Planes Shifter. As of May 2016, I own over 50 copies of the draft manuscript, and it’s […]
I began writing Planes Shifter (originally named Wings of Skell) in January of 2012.
It's now August 2014, and as of today, I think I'm officially putting it in the drawer.
It’s the month of harvest. I have no idea when that happened. Only yesterday someone mentioned it was 6 months until Yule… August has always been a fairly nice month for […]