My Book Boyfriend is Back (well, one of them is)

Let’s start out with some fun stuff . . . What I’m Reading: Fire Touched (#9 of the Mercy Thompson Series) By: Patricia Briggs (I will read anything this woman writes. Her, and Ilona Andrews.) I got sidetracked last week from reading this. Lesson learned, don’t try to read books on your Kindle only when […]

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Getting the Stupid Voice Right

Writing third person is hard. I struggle with it every time. Normally, I find writing in first person a lot easier. But I need to get better at writing in other view points, so this story is kind of a warm up before I jump into my second novel (which is also 3rd person pov). […]

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Writing Prompt: Seven of Swords

They’re back! I’M back! Yea!!!!! So Jack and I are living in Tooele now (no it’s not actually ‘forever away’) and love it. There is a down side though. There’s not a whole lot of places for me to go and write. When we lived in Draper I had multiply options. There was the library, […]

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Writing Prompt #I-Don’t-Even-Know: Most vivid amongst the memories of his home town …

I really liked this one a lot more than I thought I would. Today’s Writing Prompt: Most vivid amongst the memories of his home town . . . My 100 Words: Most vivid amongst the memories of Don’s home town was the creek’s bank on the west side. He used to go after school and […]

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Writing Prompt #?? : The fire was getting closer + Mini Update

Mini Update: This summer was an experiment when it came to what I could do with my writing. I pushed myself with critique groups, edits, plotting, learning more about grammar (that I’m quickly forgetting. I’ll need to skim read them as a refresher) and in general pushing what I thought I could do. It was […]

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They’re Back! Writing Prompt #??: Spare some change please?

Yeaaaaah. It’s been a while. Sorry about that. I’ll make excuses later (I have a lot to choose from). In the mean time, here’s the writing prompt for today! *sigh* I’ve missed doing these! Today’s Writing Prompt: Spare some change please? My 100 Words: Harriet tugged at her blouse, willing it with all her might […]

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Writing Prompt #17: It was time. She’d fought against it for so long . . .

Ugh. I so I totally forgot to post over the weekend AND Monday. But it’s coming. Yell at me if you don’t see something by Saturday night, k? 😉 Today’s Writing Prompt: It was time. She’d fought against it for so long . . . My 100 Words: It was time. She’d fought against it […]

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Writing Prompt #16: It was just for one night . . .

I’m back! I got back from the ‘Uncle Orson’s Literary Boot Camp’ on Sunday and have slowly been getting back into the swing of things. I should have a blog post up about how it went either this weekend or on Monday (hint: it was awesome!). As for commenting on other people’s prompts (for the […]

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Writing Prompt #15: “She had to find the necklace, before . . .”

I apologize in advance. It looks like my comments on everyone’s will have to be put off another week until I get home. I’m at a writing boot camp this week and I’m going to be swamped until it’s over. But I promise, as soon as I’m able, I will be doing some serious catching […]

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Writing Prompt #14: Reluctantly he handed over the key.

Better late than never, right? Things have been a little crazy this week, but I finally was able to write this week’s writing prompt! Looks like I’ll be doing double duty with feedback come Wednesday or this weekend. Oh, well. 🙂 Hope you enjoy this one. Today’s Writing Prompt: Reluctantly he handed over the key. […]

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