Tune-In Tuesdays #2: Profession Anxiety

Okay it’s Wednesday morning. My record for timely posting is 1-1, but right now Tuesday is the only day of the week I have a vehicle and the kids are in school at the same time so all my appointments are crammed into that single day. Adulting is fun. I wanted to talk about something…

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Tune- In Tuesday #1: Editsville

  Hey it’s technically still Tuesday. Bite me, I’ve had an unusually hectic Tuesday.   This month is my Editing month and I am moving right along with edits for #projectMarrowCharm, but it should be noted with any prolonged project you take on, particularly an intensive one such as Editing or Sprinting you remember a…

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Hello Blog, it’s been a while…

Life got away from me. Like it does. Coming off the tail end of a rough summer, with the kids back in school I am slowly getting back on track with various projects that derailed over the last couple months. First, a grandiose update of Author Life: THINGS. ARE. HAPPENING. It’s been a wild year,…

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A big fat update

Now, here I went and managed to post every day for the month of March and then go radio silent as all the stuff hits at once. I had every intention of doing an occasional detailed post about all the neat stuff happening right now but I’ve been burning the reserve midnight oil and some…

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31 Days of Author Madness: Lucy Rhodes

The Fiver: 1. What is your writing process? Process? Ha. More like chaos and procrastination, fueled by crippling self-doubt. In their essences, I know the stories I want to tell and the characters I want you to get to know, but getting those things down? Chaos. Procrastination. Crippling self-doubt. I do actually plan my stories…

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31 Days of Author Madness: Tiffany Daune

The Fiver: 1. What is your writing process? Brainstorm, vision board, outline, and write! 2. What inspires you to write? I try and grab any of the weird ideas floating in my head. If I can get enough for an outline, then that’s the story I’ll write. 3. Writing is considered a dream job by…

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31 Days of Author Madness: Gabriela Cabezut

The Fiver: 1. What is your writing process? I usually come up with an idea and play with it on my mind for several weeks, months even, before I start to plan how the story could evolve. However, once I have an idea, I need to explore it with images and music, and I try…

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31 Days of Author Madness: Shaun Allan

The Fiver: 1. What is your writing process? I sit and I stare at the screen and I look at the TV and I realise an hour has gone by and I stare at the screen some more and I write some words and then delete them and think I’ve been writing for an hour,…

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31 Days of Author Madness: Stacey L. Polishook

The Fiver: 1. What is your writing process? I have a writing process that is a bit unique. I tend to be inspired by a question or a character. I actually write scenes out of order and discover the story through writing these scenes. As I come to know my cast of characters and their…

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31 Days of Author Madness: M. Greenhill

The Fiver: 1. What is your writing process? My writing process is very simple. I tend to vomit out my first draft; cringe at the mess, then start to fix it through the editing process. I am a panster writer which makes things a little interesting in that my characters tend to write the story…

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