So today's blog is actually a video being as I felt it would be easier to create a video to explain how I use bullet journals to plot and organize my novels. So, I hope you enjoy it and until next time!
Much like the rest of the year, July went by in a whirlwind, and I've found that I haven't done near as much as I originally intended. My goal for camp nano was to revise my story Stop The Raven and have it set for another read through in August before sending it off once … Continue reading End Of Camp
So, week one went about as well as I expected with company here. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed spending time with my dad. Lord knows I don't get to see him nearly as often as I would like to, but it also left little room for writing. With that being said, I got a … Continue reading Camp Nano Week 1
A week ago I announced that I was going to do Camp Nano by editing my MS Stop The Raven and today kicked off with an interesting start. While I did manage to work on a writing project it wasn't Stop The Raven. I spent the day between editing my short story Eldrich's Forgotten for … Continue reading First Day of Camp Nano
Three times a year Nanowrimo comes around. The official adventure of pounding out 50,000 words happens in November and then the more casual Camp Nano happens around April and July. I didn't participate in the April camp simply because I didn't have the time and I wasn't really working on any writing projects. This time … Continue reading Camp Nano in July?!?
June Writing Updates: Consistent at being Inconsistent So, it has come to that point where I once again update you on what is going on with my writing and other projects. It's been a long fought rode this month, especially since May went by so quickly and I only managed to push out one short … Continue reading June Writing Updates:
So, as I sit here staring at the last three chapters of book that I've been reading for the past year, I wander how the hell I managed to drag this book out for a year. Its a 659 page thriller from an author that I absolutely love (The Shining by Stephen King if you're … Continue reading Reading Slumps
As I sit here sipping my coffee and trying to think of something to write, I hear my husband play GTA Online, same as everyone else in this house, and I am reminded of why it's important to carve out some quiet time. Just a small hour or so where you don't worry about anyone … Continue reading Creating Some Quiet Time
I started out as a speculative fiction writer and have some how managed to find myself writing horror based stories. Simply because there is a very thin line between paranormal and horror and at some point you are going to cross it. That and I've found I actually enjoy writing in the genre. Why is … Continue reading Confession Time
5 books and a game that shows how the end of the world could happen.