This past November, I technically did not win NaNoWriMo, but in a way, I did. Confused? What I mean is, while I didn't write 50,000 words over the course of November, I did complete my rough draft of my book, Serafima's Stone - Book 2 of the Gaslight Frontier Series! As is my custom, I then … Continue reading My Self-Editing Process
Hey there, long-time no-see! Sorry about that... But, Happy New Year! I hope you all made some good memories in 2017, and have wonderful plans for 2018! It's been an...interesting...year. Let's all work together to make 2018 as awesome as possible! I have a few goals moving into the new year. First of all, I'd … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Sunday is October 1st, and you (might) know what that means! It's officially NaNoPrep season! NaNoPrep is the time period leading up to NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, which takes place every November. The goal of NaNoWriMo is to write 50,000 words over the course of the month! NaNoPrep is the time to prepare … Continue reading NaNoPrep 2017
I couldn't think of a particularly specific topic to blog about this week, so this post will just be a general status update: what I'm working on, current goals, future projects, etc. I'm trying to wrap up the first draft of Serafima's Stone in the next month or two. I'm very close to finishing the … Continue reading General Status Update 4/7/17
Sunday, March 12th, marks one year since Grigory's Gadget was published! Since about a year has passed since publication (wow!), I thought I'd share some of what I've learned in terms of writing, publishing, marketing, and more. In terms of writing, I've discovered that it gets a lot harder after publishing a book! There's an … Continue reading One Year After Publishing Grigory’s Gadget – What I’ve Learned
Apologies for being silent on my blog lately! I meant to post this on Friday *oops*. I'll be resuming my schedule of posting every Friday again starting this week! Recently I've been fighting a new breed of writer's block that I hadn't really experienced before. Usually, when writer's block hits, it's more passive. It's a … Continue reading Battling Aggressive Writer’s Block
Well, November has come and gone, and National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) has come to an end. I did not reach the goal of 50,000 words, but I still made a good effort and ended with 40,176 words. I got hit with pretty severe writers block right as Thanksgiving arrived. Between traveling, spending time with … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2016 Summary