Tag Archive | WIP

WIP Wednesday [June 2018]

Rachel Poli We’re already just about halfway through June, which is unbelievable to me. I know I say this a lot, but I feel like 2018 just started, let alone the month of June. But anyway, here’s what I’ve been working on this month. George Florence & The Perfect Alibi I’ve been working on rewriting […]

My WIP And Men And Women Descriptions In Literature

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Image: Pixabay My current Work In Progress (WIP) is a sci-fi mystery romance taking place 100 years from now on a Greek island. Its working title is Clones (it will change) and yes, I know this is the first time I mention it. I started writing it with a…

Guest writer: Lisa Amaya – An El Paso Woman

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
El Paso. Image: Pixabay Hi everyone! Before I go any further, I want to thank Sue for allowing me to write a guest post for her blog. I appreciate this wonderful opportunity. For those who don’t know of me or my blog, I’m Lisa Amaya from Life of an…

Writing Week in Review: 1/7-1/13

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
This week was an odd one for writing because it began with a few days of being snowed in. Normally I wouldn’t have minded – wintry days are perfect ones for curling up with a story idea – but not being able to go into the office early in the…

Writing Week in Review: 12/31-1/6

Writing Week in Review: 12/31-1/6

Originally posted on Kristen Twardowski:
Last week I mentioned that I had unexpectedly found myself with two partial works in progress to start off 2017. This left me with a bit of a conundrum: should I keep both as active drafts or set one aside until the other is finished? Though I am not a…

#MySexySaturday blog hop. 7th March 2015. WIP

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: My blogger friend Teagan Geneviene alerted me to the Sexy Saturday blog hop a while back, and although I joined the Facebook group and I’ve been following with interest I hadn’t got myself organised enough to post. But when I saw the sign-up list and the mention of…

Back Cover Help/Suggestions, Please!

Originally posted on The Official Site of Celeste DeWolfe:
As the rather self-explanatory title of this post would lead you to believe, I need some help working on the back cover copy of my novel, The Life of Gaia!  I know it’s kind of hard to do that when you haven’t necessarily read the book, but…

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