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Hey everyone. No TWSS jokes about the post title. Honestly. 😉 I’ve been hard at work, but not that kind of work. Writing work. You guys know I don’t do anything else. But I thought I’d pop in for a … Continue reading
Well, I feel a little better today. I got that crit finished and my notes back to the person in question. I hope she finds them helpful. I mean, that’s why we do this, right, to help our fellow writers?
All right, confession time here. Sometimes, I get to the end of a piece of writing and I know it didn’t work. I don’t always have to reread it to know either. There are times when I just feel it.
I have a small confession to make, though it feels like a huge one to me. I think that post I wrote a month ago was more of a letter from my subconscious than I realized before. I’m talking about … Continue reading
I know I’ve mentioned before my deep-seated need to learn patience, but I’m going to mention it again, since it didn’t sink into my thick skull the last time I mentioned it. I have to remember that it’s neither possible … Continue reading
Omg, yes, finally, I made it! I FINISHED! Unmasked is in the can. The End written. The final count is 120,735 words. Shockingly , that’s right about where I’d last predicted, as I recall. Maybe I’m getting better at that. … Continue reading