Month: July 2019

Tag, I’m It

I went back and forth on whether to do a tag blog (because this writer don’t vlog… yet) but hey, it’s a celebration of all things Harry Potter today so why not? (Tomorrow will be the July wrap up post featuring my #50in5 postcard and the possibility of more #50in5 events.) I started reading Harry …

[Camp NaNoWriMo] Week Four Wrap Up

In which I finish things.

[WriYe Blogging Circle] I Heard That Zombies Ate Her Brain

So, continuing my quest to catch up on the WriYe Blog Circle, I’m going to do this month’s prompt during this month! Main:ZOMBIES are a July tradition here at WriYe. Do you have a writing tradition of your own? How did it come about? As one of the founders of WriYe’s annual Zombie July, this …

I Hate These Word Crimes…

The Yeas and Nays of Building Beta Armor

[Camp NaNo] Week Three Wrap Up

(Sorry this is late. I went to update on Sunday and we had a major blackout. We’re still without power so this is sneaky work writing.) It’s almost over! Camp NaNoWriMo has been successful this month, as July usually is for me, despite the two lab classes I’m teaching. My last day of classes is …

[Camp NaNo] Week Two Wrap Up

Beating those Week 2 Blues.

[WriYe Blogging Circle] Time is On My Side…

Main Prompt: Life is busy, sometimes often insane. How do you find the time to write within your life? The title is a lie; time is not on my side. And that, I think, is why I am successful at writing or finding the time to write. Let me give you a little glimpse of …

[Camp NaNo] Week One Wrap Up

Week One’s Nays, Yays, and Numbers

[WriYe Blogging Circle] A Rose By Any Other Name

Topic: Real name vs pen name? Is one better than the other? Why or why not? For me, it depends on a few things: How hard is your name to spell, pronounce and remember. You can use your real name if it is hard to spell, pronounce and remember! I always support people who go …

[Camp NaNo] Hello Muddah. Hello Faddah.

Here I am at Camp NaNo July! (I hope that song is stuck in your head forever now.) As I mentioned in my last post (about #50in5), I have decided to work on two different novels during this session of Camp. One is under a different pen name and will be the last novel in …