Happy November! It's a rainy and sort of warm-ish morning (70 degrees) here in South Carolina, but I'm still smiling! Why is that, you ask? I have a cup of coffee, a clean desk, and a story at least somewhat planned out! I even made myself a little cover for it in hopes that it … Continue reading It’s Time for NaNoWriMo!
My friend and mentor (though I have no idea if he realizes that or not) gave my husband and I some advice about being writers... a few months ago. That person is John Hartness. Now, I am pretty good at following advice, but this one took me a while. His advice: write every day and … Continue reading Let’s Blog!
It's Monday. That means another ConCarolinas is on the books, and I'm brain addled trying to mentally condense all the information that I collected during the past three days. (I love Evernote for that, by the way.) So, here are some of my possibly not entirely coherent thoughts on the convention as a whole. It … Continue reading ConCarolinas 2016 Wrap-Up
Writers wear a lot of hats. And socks, too. With monkeys on them. Well, at least I do. Some of the other hats I wear are mom, wife, daughter, professor, book reviewer, editor, and personal assistant. Yep, all those! But, I wanted today to tell you a little about (okay, shamelessly self-promote) my editing business, … Continue reading Those Other Things…
I am not really all that big on resolutions. Most of the time, we break them and give up, but I do like setting goals. The new year is a great time to reflect on what I've accomplished and what I've still go to do.
AtomaCon was great. Let me tell you. My favorite thing about conventions is getting to spend time with my friends - this wonderful group of folks that I have had the pleasure to get to know over the past few years.
ConCarolinas is my favorite convention. It's a local con, just across the NC/SC border from me, so it's almost like a great big reunion with all my favorite people every year. This year was a little different though. This was my first year going to the con as a guest! I was accepted as an … Continue reading ConCarolinas 2015 Wrap-Up
I have a confession to make.