Sometimes, I do not do well with prioritizing my writing. There are many days when I let my day job get in the way of my creative job. This past week is a perfect example. I had been working on three different short stories to be submitted to various anthologies. However, I am also in … More Writerly Waste?
It’s Camp NaNo once again. Another chance for me to complete a novel. There is a new story line that I have created: a world decries Death’s efficiency and his is forced by the powers that be to take a sabbatical with his golden watch. The name of the story has changed a few times … More Writer Wednesday: The Return of the Queen
This was book 9 out of 100 for my 2017 Goodreads challenge. A reader/writer has so many favorite authors that creating lists could last forever. There are some authors one loves because of their ability to deliciously scare you. Other writers have the ability to send you to a world where you can just get … More Book Review: Lost Gods By Brom
The weekend is always so fleeting. I have always said that my favorite part of the weekend is Friday afternoon as I head to my car after work. At that magical time, the whole weekend is spread out before me. In contrast, by Sunday evening, the realization that the new work week is merely hours away … More On Sundays I Write
There is a novella that I should be working on right now. A high powered CEO has mysteriously dropped dead and an expensive commonly used program is being blamed. Instead of upping my word count, I am blogging while watching the LA Galaxy lose to Orlando FC (Half time and Orlando is in the lead … More Camp NaNoWriMo – Midpoint
I could write pages on my love/hate relationship with Star Wars. For the sake of this post, I will just say that I am extremely well versed in all things Star Wars (it was forced upon me for different reasons) but I was brought up as a “Trekkie” (my father recorded almost every episode of … More Book Review: Carrie Fisher x 2
My love/hate relationship with social media continues. Some days, I am very proactive in updating my accounts and letting others know about my different writing projects. Other days, there is radio silence. During one of my proactive days, a dear friend of mine (who also happens to be a writer) asked if I would be … More The Inkblotters