Tag Archive: fiction

The Versatility of Index Card Outlining

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Book Review – Quest for Celestia by Steven James

  I had the privilege of meeting Steven James at the OWFI Conference this past May, and I picked up his book Quest for Celestia at the same time. Quest is a re-imagining of… Continue reading

Life, Urban Farming, and Writing . . .

Well, this is my first Sunday post in . . . a while.  What’s been going on in my life? A little bit of everything. Mark Lowry, a Christian comedian, has a wonderful… Continue reading

Debut Author Challenge – Nerve by Jeanne Ryan – Book Review

  It’s time for another DAC Review! Once again, you can find out about the Debut Author Challenge here. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest… Continue reading

Mixing Up Routines . . .

It’s going to be strange this month – I’m not doing #writemotivation for the first time since I found out about it. But sometimes life just throws you a curve – or fifty.… Continue reading

Heart of Oak by Meredith Mansfield – A Review

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August CSFF Blog Tour – Eye of the Sword by Karyn Henley

I’ll be honest, I didn’t intend to do this month’s CSFF Tour but completely mis-read the opt-out instructions for this month, and as a result my regular readers are getting two posts today… Continue reading

Uprising by Jessica Therrien – cover reveal!

Some of you may have heard of my friend, Jessica Therrien.  I was blessed with the opportunity to meet her through a blogfest a while back, shortly before her first book, Oppression (Children… Continue reading

Stars for the Dead – Camp NaNo recap Days 3-12

Yeah, really not doing so well this month with consistency. Day 3 – I’ll be honest, I don’t really remember why I didn’t write this day. Day 4 – Did things with friends… Continue reading

Stars for the Dead – Camp NaNo 2012 Aug 2 recap

  Camp NaNo Day 2 Word Goal: 3,226/50,000 Actual word count: 896 (no progress) What happened for the day: Work.  And then migraine.  And then Olympics. Sorry, but the Olympics do still take precedence over… Continue reading

Stars for the Dead – Camp NaNo 2012 Aug 1 recap

  For those of you were around in November, I kept track of my daily progress on my novel during NaNoWriMo. The intention is that I will be putting all of this into… Continue reading

Seraphina – a Debut Author Challenge Review

Hey everyone! Welcome to another Debut Author Challenge book review! As per usual: I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher through the DAC ARC Tour in exchange for… Continue reading

Where did July go? #writemotivation and #writemehealthy updates.

  Like I said in the title . . . where did July go?  I can’t believe that it’s already passed, and that we’ve been in our new house for a month now!… Continue reading

Be Diligent – Sunday Devotional

  Of these things put them in remembrance, charging them before the Lord that they strive not about words to no profit, but to the subverting of the hearers. Study to shew thyself… Continue reading

Updates once more . . . #writemotivation, #writemehealthy

Well, it seems the only things I’m able to handle right now are my weekly updates >_<.  My apologies to everyone who normally reads my Sunday Devotionals, but yesterday was just so .… Continue reading

Updates on Life and #writemotivation

Hi everyone! I’m running a little behind on everything lately, still settling in at the house, and still trying to find my camera cord to upload pictures, and figuring out what the routine… Continue reading

No Corrupt Word – Sunday Devotional

Let no corrupt communications proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers. And grieve not the holy Spirit… Continue reading

#WriteMotivation, Camp NaNoWriMo, and Moving

This month has been crazy.  Since I just posted my #writemotivation list on Monday, and I haven’t made any progress since then, I’m not going to go into that again right now. I… Continue reading

#writemotivation update & revisions

May is not turning out how I expected at all.  Some is good, some is bad, all of it is exhausting. So, once again, I am revising my May #WriteMotivation goals. At the… Continue reading

W for Weapons – #atozchallenge

There are two types of writers who focus on weapons the most – fantasy writers, and historical writers.  At least, in my opinion :D.  I could be wrong. Many fantasy stories are set… Continue reading

V for Virgins – #atozchallenge

I thought virgins would be appropriate after the unicorn post yesterday, don’t you agree? The picture above is from a story in the Bible about a man named Jepthah.  He was a judge of… Continue reading