My monthly writing report for June, 2019 (and where to find me at Worldcon)
An excerpt from the novel in progress, Blue Skies Over Beatniks
My writing report for the month of May, 2019.
Querying is a tough process, but there are things you can do to increase your odds of success.
My writing report for April, and why it’s the cruelest month.
Wherein I review the history book, The Wright Brothers, by David McCullough.
The Mars Trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson is a fascinating thought experiment about the future of humanity as told through the terraforming of the red planet.
My monthly (or in this case two months, because I’ve been a slacker) writing report.
Now that my morning writing activities have ended (I may add more words later; winter weather has arrived early and the sloppy, icy mess has me working from home today), I thought I’d look at where things stand on my efforts this month and with Nano: November Totals: Words Written – 25,461 Average per day…
Two years ago I wrote a book that flew off my fingers. The writing was some of the easiest I’ve ever done, and the words poured out of me like water flowing through a spigot. The book, now completed and having gone through several rounds of editing which included hiring an editor to help with…