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Do You Believe In Legend?

22
Oct
2017

Jogging Through Life

Quick update, including news of three promo opportunities and work done on Meet the Indies.

02
Jul
2017

Keeping my word for 28 years (and counting)

On July 2, 1989, at a science fiction convention in San Francisco, I found a vendor creating custom glass work. I asked him to make me a special glass and then made a promise to not drink out of it until certain things happened.

24
Mar
2017

An in-depth review of Legend

Legend’s first and so far only review comes from the person who helped it mature as a beta reader. Does this invalidate the review in any way? No, because I didn’t compensate her for her help or the review in any way. And she didn’t see the final copy until it was published.

17
Feb
2017

My Titles Come From My Heart

My titles reflect not only my story, but who I am and what the story means to me. Making money would be nice, but I’m not going to sacrifice the integrity of my words for a buck. I write and say what I mean. Packaging myself, or my works up, in some smelly perfume just to appeal to the masses isn’t who I am.

08
Feb
2017

Quiet, but here

A quiet muse and frustrated geek involved in a book release… Just a typical hump day for an author.

02
Jan
2017

Shifting perspective: Healing a heart and soul

New Year’s is a moment of new beginnings. Sometimes they happen before the stroke of midnight on January 1st. Other times, after. This is the story of one such event that lead to emotional healing and a new attitude toward life and editing.

16
Dec
2016

Notes of My Heart… Legend Finally Becomes Reality

I released Do You Believe In Legend? as a pre-order on Amazon today. It’s a small step in a much larger dream. Imagine visitingĀ a movie…

29
Oct
2016
characters in a museum.

Another character demands the first person treatment

I started writing the first book in The Fantasy Reject League, a YA Fantasy trilogy (series?), a few weeks ago after someone offered to sponsor me with a cover, editing, and marketing. The first thing the main character demanded was a first person present POV.

05
Oct
2016

After almost a month of silence

Life happens. A quick update of what is going on with the series after almost a month silence. Doesn’t meant work has stopped. In fact, there are now two new old books in the WIP progress list. The rest of the books also now have statuses so I know where I’m at with them.

28
Aug
2016
Person jogging along under multi-colored moons.

With little fanfare, the next phase begins

How does an author feel after finishing another phase of their book’s development? Seven emotions ranging from tired to gratitude come to mind. It’s good to be done with the tedious. Now it’s time for full-blown creativity once again.

16
Aug
2016

Changing my methodology slightly

It’s a very dynamic time for A Dream To Share. This has led to change in how the book’s progress is going to be measured. Instead of relying on an arbitrary percentage, I’m going to be using its word count with a fexible goal of 75,000 words.

02
Aug
2016
Time slipping away

Chapter 30 is in the books… Yay!

Taking a moment to stop, breathe, and applaud myself. Granted I still have twenty-one more chapters left in the grammar check, but I told myself that once I reached chapter thirty I would celebrate. The milestone means I have less than more to do.

23
Jul
2016

Learning more about Jo

During them, I learned about her history of undercover operations. I still don’t know the details of every one, but I now at least know how and why Jo does things, both as herself and other people. It also triggers the need for me to write a twenty-sixth book in the core series.

13
Jul
2016

On to the next phase for A Dream To Share

A Dream to Share goes from brain dump to first draft in four days. A record? Not really given that ii is one of the older ideas in the series.

04
Jul
2016

Where am I going with the series?

The box in the top right corner of the SOH website is a motivator. I’m already thinking about how fast I can get the grammar check on Legend done. Not only that I can’t wait to see the next book in the series, A Dream To Share, underneath Legend as I wait for feedback. I was even thinking further than that to the books I wanted to do before tackling the In the Name of Freedom trilogy. That led to a few complications and me rethinking my plan.

24
Oct
2015

6 Lessons I Learned from Writing Spirit

Legend, my WIP, is coming along. The way I’m doing it is a little weird, though. I’m editing and writing at the same time. While…

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