It’s been a long time since I’ve written a post and I miss the connection. I’ve come to the realization that I work better when surrounded by and immersed in my writing community. Back in January my renewal came up for membership in a writing organization I joined a few years ago. A little lost … More Writer’s Life-Thankful for Support
Hello Friends! Once again, it’s November and that means Thanksgiving, Black Friday and NaNoWriMo. All of which are demanding and rewarding at the same time. The pressure can be overwhelming but as they say pressure makes diamonds. In my household, planning Thanksgiving dinner alone is a feat and one that is prepared for weeks in … More Book Java- NaNoWriMo 2015 Edition
In this installment of Book Java I will be discussing my journey during the process of re-drafting my, not one, but two novels. (I don’t recommend writing two novels simultaneously-the universe just aligned itself that way for me, this time.) I have come across three important points during my re-draft journey: 1. Re-drafting is not … More BOOK JAVA
With 2015 less than a week away let’s face it, we’ve all been thinking about the much dreaded, revered, loathed, inspiring…New Year’s Resolution. For us writers that usually consists of a colossal bet we make with ourselves to finish a manuscript in some ridiculous timeframe no sane person would ever or could ever commit to. … More Writing Resolution-2015…and beyond.
Book Java is back! It’s been a long while since I wrote a blog post. With life’s little distractions and the demands of a full-time day job, for a time there I had to do a lot of juggling. But things have settled down and I have recently completed the first draft of a book … More BOOK JAVA
Hey Guys! I’m back. What a wonderful week I had in San Antonio, TX. It’s great to be home again charged and re-charged to write and create. This was my second conference and judging from the experience, it gets better and better every year. Next year the conference will be held in Times Square, New … More My Experience at the Romance Writers of America Conference 2014
This week, since I’m prepping for my travel to San Antonio, TX for the 2014 Romance Writers of America Conference, Book Java will simply state what I’ve been reading this past week. I’m jumping into my first historical novel this week with: “Seven Years to Sin,” written by Sylvia Day. A young man forced … More ~BOOK JAVA~