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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…

When editing means murdering beautiful words

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
When you revise a story you inevitably end up discarding sections to the greater good of the whole. Sometimes, often, these sections are dearly beloveds and it breaks our hearts to see them go. This is a section I’ve snipped out of my WIP and I can’t resign myself…

Angelic Business. WIP, NaNoWriMo and angels.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you will have noticed, recently I’ve been talking to  you a bit (well, a lot) about my new novel. And I thought it was time to tell you a bit about my projects instead. A couple of years ago (give or take) I wrote the first in…

Positivity Journal

Originally posted on C. Miller:
I usually apologize when I haven’t been on here (or anywhere) for a while. I’m not going to do that this time. I’ll explain, and explaining will (eventually) get me to the title of this post. This is going to be a long one. Proceed if you dare . .…

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