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To NaNo or Not to NaNo?

To NaNo or Not to NaNo?

As the leaves start shifting to reds and oranges and evenings require a sweater and cup of cocoa, my thoughts lean toward the writing adventures November brings to my life. Last year marked my first “win” during National Novel Writing Month, churning out 50,000 words of a young adult novel that has been lurking in … Continue reading

Guest Post: Sally Stephenson

Guest Post: Sally Stephenson

The enchanting Sally Stephenson is a guest today on my blog. You can find out more about her new novel Wildflowers and find out more about her writing journey by clicking here. How to network beyond Twitter Since stepping into the world of indie publishing I’ve realized there’s a bevy of communities out there for writers … Continue reading

Excerpt: Blind Sight (Aniela)

Excerpt: Blind Sight (Aniela)

Excerpt: Blind Sight Through the Eyes Aniela Dawson Written by Eliabeth Hawthorne Prologue A bundle of joy wrapped in a white feather boa streaked down the hall. Her long blonde hair flowed out behind her. Dressed in a vintage dress several sizes too large, Edaion’s youngest princess had just come out from playing dress up … Continue reading

Guest Post: Ermisenda Alvarez

Guest Post: Ermisenda Alvarez

Guest post: By Ermisenda Alvarez Dreams, imagination, and perspectives I had a dream; I wanted to write novels. I have been writing since I joined a Harry Potter guild on Neopets at twelve years old. You could write short pieces to receive points. Writing didn’t stop there. I had a vivid imagination; I wanted to … Continue reading