Revising the Revised

Redundant?  Probably.  But REALITY for all writers?  I'd bet a lot of things, yes. I am still trying to figure out if there's a better way to dive into revising, or if rather there's a way to make the process more of a "process" with a thing to do first and then a thing to... Continue Reading →

Contemplating the Path it Takes

I've found myself questioning the timeline of when and how those artists, writers, entertainers, YouTubers, etc. that I admire started living into their passions. For instance, we were watching The Labyrinth the other night (a VERY special movie for my husband and I) and as I was watching David Bowie sing Dance Magic Dance, I... Continue Reading →

Chasing the Words

So, here's a fun thing.  I have 20,000 words to write this month.  I've scheduled out the days I can write, and what my approximate word count for each of those sessions on those days should be to hit that goal.  The second day I was tracking, I went to check my word count.  -104. ... Continue Reading →

Flexibility in the Revision Process

I started to dig into revising SB this week.  I actually decided to revise the last chapter in the manuscript first. At first, I had this chapter as a something that occurred four years after the story ended, but after my critique partner's notes and thinking about my main character, I realized that wasn't right... Continue Reading →

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