Hi, I know I’m supposed to be on break but there’s no way I couldn’t do this post. If you’ve been following me and read my bio, then you know that I’m a huge anime and manga fan. And it just so happens that one of my favorite manga, started its original run two days from now, on July 12, 2001.
So, without further ado…Happy 16th anniversary Fullmetal Alchemist!
FMA, written by Hiromu Arakawa, is a story about the plight of two brothers to right. Who committed a great wrong because of grief and love for their deceased mother. They infringed on God’s domain.
At the end of 2016, I came up with some 2017 writing goals. So where am I at on these goals? Well, let’s see.
It’s been at least two years or more since I’ve participated in NaPoWriMo, the 30 poems in 30 days challenge. So how did I do so far in 2017? Continue reading
Happy New Year! Who’s excited for the first IWSG post of the year? If you don’t know already, IWSG stands for Insecure Writer’s Support Group. It’s a safe haven for writers, created by the illustrious ninja captain Alex Cavanaugh. Let’s face it, a writer’s life is not easy. Often it can be lonely and taxing. Which is why this group is the best thing since sliced bread. Because it allows us, every first Wednesday of a new month, to come together to share our woes and fears. It allows us to meet new friends and encourage each other. While we continue on this never ending writing journey towards publication.
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 the January 6 posting of the IWSG: L.G. Keltner, Denise Covey, Sheri Larsen, J.Q. Rose, Chemist Ken, and Michelle Wallace!
Our Twitter hashtag is #IWSG
The new year is synonymous with new beginnings. Pretty much we’re starting off with a clean slate. So there shouldn’t be anything to worry about, right? Wrong. The year 2015 is behind us. But the same woes, doubts and fears, from last year and the previous years always remain. Continue reading
Credit image: NaNoWriMo.org
It’s the final day of NaNoWriMo and like the saying goes “all good things must come to an end.” If you’ve reached and gone beyond the 50k word count, then a congratulations are in order.
If you haven’t, well pish posh. You’ve done more than most people have ever done this month. You answered the call to action in committing yourself to writing a novel in 30 days. Although by the numbers you may have not won. But you aimed to challenge yourself by taking part in NaNoWriMo. You were a winner before November 1st. Continue reading