Note: “Possession” was the working title for Pawns of Zier. Another year has gone by–would it be too cliché to say it seems time flies?
So my friend Char Newcomb tagged me for #luckyseven, a funny Twitter writers’ exercise where you post–you guessed it–7 sentences from your work-in-progress. The rules
If you’ve ever thought about writing and intrepidly googled writing advice, chances are you got a whole lot of hits. Writing seems to be a
I think everyone can agree that writing is a creative endeavor, but so, I think, is reading. That’s because the book only comes alive inside
So I lasted about three days without writing after finishing Before and After the Wedding before I started getting restless, and now I’m back at
Yes, that’s right, yesterday I finished Before and After the Wedding, my angsty, dark, erotic marriage-in-trouble romance, again! Unlike in the movies where writers seem
The closer I get to the end of a book, the more it starts feeling like a balancing act. I’m down to it now with
Well, 2013 is drawing to a close–I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! I’m on vacation, which is just bliss I must say.
It’s funny how each part of the writing process brings such different skills and benefits to it–and downsides too, I suppose. Having just experimented with
There’s something almost magical about sitting down to write something new. I often do it with very little idea of what I’m going to be