While digging through the depths of unfinished WIPs in my cloud drive, I came across the YA novel I had started a few years back and always meant to get back to, The Daughters of Morru. I had been looking for content I could use to tempt more patrons over on Patreon. The Daughters of
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Last weekend I was in Austin celebrating a friend’s birthday, and getting to see a cousin I haven’t seen since we graduated high school together. It was a fabulous long weekend that started on Wednesday. The mini-vacation included getting to hang in the pool and spend lots of hours catching up with my cousin and
I am, most definitively, a woman. I have never been a “girly” woman. The most girly I get is the treat of having someone else color my hair for me, and even then, I have a pretty straightforward cut that is easy to style (or not) to keep it all pretty low maintenance. I am,
I was up early this morning because I forgot to turn off my alarm last night. I slept hard though, and woke up knowing I had stuff to do. I’m heading out to my mother’s house today, so I got up and hit the gym first thing. So first thing that I got there before
I’ve written a lot of words this week, though almost none of them have been on any of my current writing projects. No, I’ve written exercises for job interviews and I’ve written thank you emails. I’ve written instructions for Pride training sessions and I’ve written a lot of emails to do with Pride or job
I had writing plans for this weekend, but I seem to have caught the cold that’s been going around, so I am going to call it a sick day and not beat myself up over it. I think it might be a good day for my couch, my blankets and pillows and whatever movies I
It’s an #amwriting Saturday. I need to cut some time out of my writing time to do some tasks for my publisher to help with promo opportunities. I don’t think it’s any secret that I’m not very good at promo myself. I find myself easily frustrated with the whole marketing aspect of being an author.