Tag Archives: writing

TJ Dodd rocks the 7-7-7-7

Yesterday I completed the dare/gauntlet/challenge thrown at me by Laura Harvey. Today, one of the 7 writers I challenged, the lovely TJ Dodd (whose Twitter avi made me laugh so loud I scared my dogs), is borrowing Meanders and Muses to complete her challenge. Whee!  Take it away, TJ. Continue reading TJ Dodd rocks the 7-7-7-7

7-7-7-7 challenge accepted

I’ve been CHALLENGED by Laura Harvey. Yay! 7th page of my WIP, 7 lines down, 7 lines posted, then pass this hot potato to 7 others.  My WIP is currently being dismembered, hacked, and reassembled but its current state lands me here: Continue reading 7-7-7-7 challenge accepted

The first word is the hardest #writerproblems

My horoscope today courtesy of Yahoo: “Your overactive imagination acts as both a blessing and a curse today.”

Duh.  Amirite, writers?  Damn skippy I’m right. THAT’S EVERY DAY, YAHOO.

In the last five months I’ve finished major edits on TWO books (okay Continue reading The first word is the hardest #writerproblems

The Maass effect – awesome

To workshop or not to workshop? Wait, is that the question? It is? Really?

Okay then, here’s my answer.

WORKSHOP. FOR PETE’S SAKE WORKSHOP. I can say that with authority CAPS because I now have one in the can *smuggy smile* jk, it’s a regular smile. Continue reading The Maass effect – awesome