Ready. Set. WRITE! Ready. Set. WRITE! is a summer writing intensive that encourages goal-setting and accountability, and provides an opportunity for us to cheer each other on wherever we’re at in our writing—planning, drafting, revising, or polishing. This year, your RSW hosts are Alison Miller, Jaime Morrow, Erin Funk, and Katy Upperman. If you’ve yet to officially join, there’s still time! Find the details HERE. My goals for this intensive summer writing plan are here. So how did I do? I am so far behind with everything that I absolutely forgot to post my RSW update this week. In fact,
Since my last critique meeting with my crit partners I have been spending a lot of time looking just like this woman. Head in hands, ideas being tossed out the realm of possibility. I do not mean to say that my crit partners sent me into a tailspin, not at all. I mean to say that my book has done this to me. Writing a book, first draft anyway, is very freeing. It’s almost carthartic. You are getting things written, you are feeling creative, you have a spring in your step, and a whistle on your lips. But when it
In case you have never attended a con, there is a lot to do and see. I have been a lot of years, and so many times never even go into anything but the writer’s track. This part of MSC is something not EVERY con has, so if I ever go to another one, I will partake of all the other festivities. But I digress… So, the first workshop I attended was Elements to becoming a successful Author. It was held at 9:00 AM and as you may imagine had a lot of Monster Energy drinks in attendance. The authors
I had a ton o’ fun today at Mid South Con. There were a lot of things to see and people to meet. I attended quite a few workshops too, and there will be more info from that to come soon. I got my author copy this weekend (Tales of the Unseelie Court) and I gotta tell you the books are just outstanding! I hope you will go to your favorite bookstore or even to a con coming soon near to you and get yours!
Finally! I can unveil the cover art to the anthology that my short story, The Treehouse, has been accepted into. Published by Seventh Star Press, edited by Scott Sandridge And here it is: thank you so much Enggar Adirasa for your art and vision. You are truly a master. The Chimerical World: Tales from the Unseelie Court will house my story and many others by some darn fine writers. The flip side of the Tales is the Good Fae side, or Tales from the Seelie Court. I think you will agree how both covers are outstanding. I cannot wait to