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An amazing thing happened today. I woke up feeling good. And that feeling lasted longer than it took to make coffee. Several hours later, I STILL feel good. Hell, I feel great.
I wrote my first completed novel as part of National Novel Writing Month (NaNo). It was a wonderful experience, including the pace. Every novel I’ve seen through to “The End” since has been drafted at that same frenetic pace. Daily goals, … Continue reading
I’ve seen a lot of contests for writers go on in my years on Twitter, but I’ve never participated. Usually I don’t have anything ready. Then recently Kimberly VanderHorst asked me to be part of her team of mentors for … Continue reading
It’s been too long since I really posted here. Even longer since I posted about how writing is going. There have been a number of reasons for that. I’ve been busy with gaming, among other things. Relaxing while I’m on … Continue reading
We’ve reached the end of July (wait, didn’t we just start this YEAR?) and of course, that means the end of Camp NaNo. As such, I have some thoughts and decided to share them. As I was thinking about this … Continue reading
Hi. My name is Julie Elizabeth Hill, Liz to most of the people who know me. I’m here to talk about fear. Mostly about mine. When Louise first mentioned doing this, I was very interested. It wasn’t until later that…