Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Final Push

This is it. The last week to meet my goal of 25,000 words for my mini-nano challenge. Right now I’m at 15,295. I’ve been averaging 5,000 words a week so in order to meet my goal I have to double … Continue reading

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A Fabulous New Release by Medeia Sharif

Today I’m excited to announce the publication of Medeia’s latest, The Attic of Sand and Secrets. Before I do, though, I have a couple of announcements. Last Monday I mentioned I would keep track of my mini-Nano progress each week. My goal … Continue reading

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Before I hand over the reins to M. Pax, I have a couple of announcements. First, I set a goal to write 25,000 words this month. So far I’m at 5274. Usually I don’t announce my word count, but in … Continue reading

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IWSG and the Fabulous Perrin Pring

It’s the first Wednesday of the month and that means it’s time for another installment of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group (IWSG) started by Alex J. Cavanaugh. For those who don’t remember, the purpose of this group is for members … Continue reading

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Post-Partum Writer’s Block & How to Overcome It by Anesa Miller

Today I’m happy to host Anesa Miller, author of Our Orbit, to discuss an issue that most writers have to deal with from time to time. Take it away Anesa. Every writer knows it’s not much fun to find ourselves stumped on … Continue reading

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