Category Archives: Writing

NaNoWriMo 2011: Day 6

I’m up to 66 words for the night. Better than the last 3 days combined. Still… its like pulling teeth. Think I’m trying to force their relationship before they’re ready for it. I’m going to forge ahead for now anyway … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2011: Day 3

I got a big ole goose egg so far today but if I’m gonna make it for NaBloWriMo I gotta post now ;). Had a good day with the kiddos, busy day at work and got caught up on ALLLLLLLL … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2011: Day 2

It’s been one of those days. 6yo with a dentist appointment who stayed numb until too late to go to school [her nose was numb!], 4″ stack of papers to grade and so on. I’m currently at 2601 for the month … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bound by Guilt by C.J. Darlington

TitleTrakk.com Blog Tours Presents: Bound by Guilt by C.J. Darlington Published by Tyndale House Shuttled between foster homes, Roxi Gold will do anything to fit in. Soon she’s traveling the country stealing rare books from unsuspecting bookstores. Police officer Abby … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction, Er, Tuesday

So over on Facebook, Linnette posted a prompt on the Wake Up Your Muse page. We were talking about it and Jan said she was going to use it for a prompt and it worked for me in Nick and … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction Friday! 12/03/10

Current Facebook Status: is hoping to get the tree up tonight.  We’ll see if it happens… Currently Playing In the Background: Big Bang Theory, Season One Yay!  Fresh meat! Er, we have a new friend joining us!  Andrea over at … Continue reading

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Writing Resources for Teens

Updated 12/9/10 Yesterday I was talking with a friend who has a teen friend who wants to be a writer.  My first instinct was to tell her to write, write, write!  And to learn proper grammar and punctuation because that’s … Continue reading

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