Whew, the year’s passing so fast and considering how the year’s been so far I wonder if all this rush is because the end is near. Smh, look at me going all cardboard sign repent and wages of sin.
Anyways, time is obviously not on my side. And because NaNoWriMo is next month, I’ve decided to reassess my writing goals early. I usually do it in December but figure I’ll be a bit burned out by then. So a head start is a definite must.
They’re a lot of things I wasn’t able to do per my original plans for 2016. But just as many things happened that weren’t a part of said plans. Everything which will also influence my 2017 goals. The biggest of all is that I’m a ssssllllooooowwww writer. Hence, I must plan better in mind of that. Continue reading
They say social media is a time suck which of course is true. And can be one of the many kryptonites for writers. I should know. Many a time I would look at the time and be in shock to where all the time went. Time I could’ve, should’ve used to write. Damn you Facebook and Twitter, hand shaking fist.
Yet, social media also holds a plethora of tools for your instant perusal. Tools to help you, the writer, achieve your publication goals. I myself just spent a wonderful month in September taking part in #WIPjoy. A hashtag created by sci-fi & fantasy author Bethany A. Jennings.
Will talk more about that starting now. Continue reading
Omigod it’s October already. Which means there’s one more month left until NaNoWriMo and two more left in 2016! The year passed quickly but I’m glad I had my writing warriors with me. Encouraging and offering support. Sharing our successes and offering a virtual shoulder to lean on. All thanks for the opportunity to band together goes to ninja extraordinaire Alex Cavanaugh.
To find out more about the group and/or maybe even sign-up, click on the badge above. And don’t forget to check out the awesome co-hosts for October: Beverly Stowe McClure, Megan Morgan, Viola Fury, Madeline Mora-Summonte, Angela Wooldridge, and Susan Gourley!
Don’t forget to check out the guidelines for this year’s IWSG Anthology Contest! The theme is fantasy.
Our Twitter hashtag is #IWSG.
October 5 Question: When do you know your story is ready?
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I’m saying this three days early but even so…
Happy Anniversary Roswell!
Roswell was originally released on then The WB (now CW) on October 6, 1999. Before the show moved to UPN for its third and final season. Created by Jonathan Dukes and developed by Jason Katims. And based on the young adult book series, Roswell High, written by Melinda Metz.
The show was centered around teens with the usual angst about love but with a twist. It also involved aliens.