Monthly Archives: December 2011

Getting happy, okay?

For Christmas my husband bought me five books on writing. This is the same gift he got me last Christmas. I’m not complaining. Just like last year, I am devouring the books faster than I can consume a pan of … Continue reading

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Writing Rant : Character Questionnaire

Have you ever had a hard time making a character real? Maybe you’re having difficulty in creating depth to characters? I know the feeling. In the story I’m currently writing, I use my children as the main characters. Ok, they … Continue reading

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Who are you? Who am I? What happens to us when we die? Our bodies they begin to rot, Memories of us soon forgot By beloved ones who held us dear As one by one, year by year They follow … Continue reading

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The Blank Page

The blank page.  It just stares back at me…taunting me without saying a word.  That’s what I have been experiencing.  I have the seed of a book inside me and some of it has blossomed into chapters but I have … Continue reading

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For Lisa

Another shewolf, I stand on the ridge near yours, I hear all your cries.  

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Somewhere Tomorrow

Somewhere over the rainbow, I’ll find a golden ticket, Where the grass is always greener, Tomorrow, tomorrow, I luv ya. Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away, Now I long For a place where skies are blue, In a … Continue reading

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NanoWrimo and What I Learned

The first question your probably asking yourself  is “What is NaNoWrimo“?  Every November is National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWrimo.  Authors try to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days.  That’s roughly 1,666 words a day.  Many succeed and other fall … Continue reading

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