Could You 30 Day Challenge Yourself Every Month?

If we can participate in NaNoWriMo, then why aren’t we challenging ourselves to write a novel in 30 days at the beginning of EVERY month? This is the question I just asked myself, as I’m looking at my goals for 2019 and realizing I don’t have as much time as I’d like to think. MyContinue reading “Could You 30 Day Challenge Yourself Every Month?”

Dear Indie ♥ New Resource Post

So… October 7th was my 3 year Blogaversary with WordPress. They went out of their way to get me a trophy badge and I not only failed to get them anything – again – but completely spaced on the date. I think this might be how divorces happen, I’m not sure. Of course, I’m surprisedContinue reading “Dear Indie ♥ New Resource Post”

NaNo Book Cover

Thanks to this helpful post over on queenofblank’s blog, I’ve spent the last 24 hours searching through the various Free stock photo sites and used to create the book cover for my NaNoWriMo novel.  It doesn’t look anything like I’d envisioned, but I wasn’t going to pay for the photos I really wanted whenContinue reading “NaNo Book Cover”

We’re Halfway There!

So today is the official Halfway Day mark for those participating in NaNoWriMo this month.  This is my first year taking the challenge and though I was nervous and quite unprepared in the beginning, I’m very happy with myself for sticking with it!  I don’t  know if it’s the pressure of a 30 day limitContinue reading “We’re Halfway There!”

Trudging Forward

When all I feel like doing is hibernating… One of the downfalls to this time of year.  Thanks to the end of Daylight’s saving, it always feels later than it really is and the mama bear in me just wants to cozy on down with the kiddos and not budge until Spring.  Unfortunately, that’s notContinue reading “Trudging Forward”

Dissecting Demons

Creatively, of course… Currently, I’m methodically exploring the inner workings of two of my favorite demons: Dmitri and Sebastian (aka The Sadistic Bastard and The Golden God of Temptation).  I actually finished a short, extremely diluted version of their story about two years ago to submit to a publisher – who shall not be namedContinue reading “Dissecting Demons”