Celebrating two years of blogging! Let's get started and celebrate with this Q&A, in which I answer your questions! I give a big thank you to everyone who participated. This blog wouldn't be anything without you. You've each added so much to this blog and my journey as an author over these past years. Thank you! Now, … Continue reading It’s Q&A Time! My Blogiversary Celebration Is Finally Here!
I just got back from a trip out to IL visiting family, and thought I would share some of the highlights with you, foremost being the St. Louis Botanical Gardens. Originally we had intended to go to the old Train Station in St. Louis, which years back was a really cool place filled with shops. … Continue reading St. Louis Botanical Gardens and The Trip!
It's time for photos and more Springfield Trip fun! I think you will like the Art Museum. The first post was My Springfield Trip, and this is part 2 via another blog award. I was nominated for the Creative Blogger Award by author Rachael Ritchey (yes, I'm finally getting around to it! 😀 ) and sweet … Continue reading More Trip and the St. Louis Art Museum
Again, I want to thank each of you for your advice and help these past few weeks with title and blurb ideas. I really appreciate it, and with your help I believe I've finally decided on a title. I've also polished up the blurb and altered a few things.
Last week was my first time sharing the blurb I'd drafted up, and I also shared my title idea. I've since been revising both of these, and I'm thinking I had an easier time actually writing the book than I am with the blurb and title making process, haha! 🙂
“Longing for Fantasy” I count the five moons Of a mesmerizing world,
Question: For a novel, would you write numbers like 2000 as "two-thousand" or "2000"? How about "53" or "fifty-three"? Give us your opinion and comment. Let’s discuss!
Mother Goose demanded Madnes help find her runaway son, Ugly, a naughty Wonderland duckling. While he goes about the task, Cheshire leaves for Wonderland to investigate the ancient Madness Solver power, in hopes of discovering something that could save Madnes' life from being absorbed by the power. Meanwhile, Madnes' friends are also busy; Alice and Harrey are both determined to find out the truth and what he is really up to...
It's a tough one. Can you guess the answer?
Thank you Blondewritemore for nominating me for this WIP challenge! She's a talented blonde in the thriller genre, and has a fun sense of humor as she blogs about the daily problems of writers/bloggers. 🙂 The rules are simple: Go to page 7 of your WIP Scroll down to line 7 Share the next 7 … Continue reading A Half Elf Author Enters the 7/7/7 Challenge #writer