I thought it would be interesting to participate in the Never Have I Ever game that a few of my writing buddies have been doing recently. Their answers made me realise just how different we are, and how differently we write books, and I think that's a wonderful thing. Be warned though, this post contains a ton of Psych gifs.
I'll be back. But for now. . .
Goals Update: It's always at the halfway point that I begin to struggle. The excitement of the beginning has fizzled and it's still a while before the end will be in sight, hence I'm calling it The Battle of Halfway Hill.
Ten books and a novella (so far) this year. Here's what I've been reading, but have I kept to my resolution to read better?
Back in May, I started the first draft of my current WIP (it doesn't appear on my WIPs page, sorry!). Though I haven't made as much progress as I wanted, here are some initial reflections on what it was like to begin the draft.
A lot of people don’t know that I write. They just know that I’m good at essays and I have a blog. Most of them have never read either which suits me fine. It’s funny though, when the subject of blogs comes up, people often ask me why I do it. Well, here's the answer.