Choose: Volume 1 Available

The paperback and eBook versions of Choose: Volume 1 are now available for purchase from Lulu.com. All profit from the sales of the books will return to Choose (most likely in the form of art commissions). Two things to note: The paperback book will take longer than you might expect to ship. Lulu has to…

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The Fate of Blue Moon

I have reached a crossroads, my friends, and I seek your wisdom and opinion. Should I remove the Blue Moon webserial from the web? The Reasons to Remove I believe Blue Moon is a publishable story – by which I mean that the characters, world, and plot are strong enough to stand on their own…

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NaNo2010 > The List

NaNo 2010 Hooray! Quite a lot of you spoke up in the initial NaNoWriMo 2010 post, saying that you’d like to participate! *cheer* That’s awesome! Of course, the whole reason for thinking about NaNoWriMo now instead of the more traditional October planning session is because we want to be prepared, right? Right. So let’s get…

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Weekly Wordcount

What is This? Weekly Wordcount is my attempt to nurture a writing habit throughout the year, and my encouragement for others to join me. My weekly wordcount goal is set to 2,000. How Did I Do? I have a feeling that my actual wordcounts will be put on hold until HTRYN is complete. Talk about…

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NaNo2010 > The Decision

Nine Months From Now It’s February, so obviously it’s time to start thinking about November! About NaNoWriMo November, as most of you know, is National Novel Writing Month. Affectionately called NaNoWriMo, the goal is to write a 50,000 word book during the month of November. Despite the name, it’s a world-wide event. Everyone is welcome¬†…

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Idea Box

I come up with ideas for scenes, books, or series on a daily basis. Some of them are really terrible, but some of them are keepers. That is a Very Good Thing. A writer who only has one good idea is a sad creature indeed. That is also a Very Bad Thing. Why? Because I…

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Weekly Wordcount

What is This? Weekly Wordcount is a post-NaNoWriMo attempt to continue writing a reasonable amount throughout the entire year. Everyone participating sets their own wordcount goals for a week and assigns their own values to draft, edit, blogging, and collaborative writing. My weekly wordcount goal is set to 2,000. New writing is given full wordcount…

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?? Beverage Snobs

I don’t know if this will become a regular feature or not, but my college roommate instilled in me a love of asking random questions for folks. (<3 KristenSue.) So this is me, asking a random question. What is your beverage snobbery? Coffee? Tea? Only really GOOD coffee or tea? Soda? Only diet soda? Water…

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