What do H.P. Lovecraft, The Goonies, and Pirates of the Caribbean all have in common? If I do my job well, one of my books! It is my hope that I can incorporate flavours and inspiration from these works into the final draft of The Sounding Glass. With the adventurous spirit and camaraderie (and pirates) […]
Here I am again, working away on NaNoWriMo. So many things for this particular novel have fallen into a natural place that it leads me to believe it could actually be the one to win the Out-Of-Editing-Phase race. And I might actually try and publish this one. But here’s the clincher. I won’t be under […]
It’s November! And that means NaNoWriMo, aka National Novel Writing Month. While ideally, I’d like to polish up some of my previous works some more, that’s not in the spirit of the event, which demands the work be a new piece. And so, I’ve decided to pour my energies into a novel version of a […]
It’s been a week since the end of NaNoWriMo, and I did indeed chalk up another win! Of course, winning in NaNo only requires meeting a word count goal, but as an exercise I always learn so much. About my story and especially about my process. I’ve gotten to know my characters better and some […]
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Kicked off my 4th NaNoWriMo novel yesterday. This time I’m going to attempt working off some ideas generated with my nephews and the characters they created for themselves. We’ll see in the next few days if I will be able to get a full story out of it or if I decide to throw caution […]
Well, I don’t have a terrible lot to show you yet, but this is a snippet of my starting point: the colour palette and fun fonts. I am still in the phase of gathering artwork, and since I am using that of old show posters from the Fremont Players’ 10 year history, that entails a […]