Yes, I'm a little crazy for taking up the challenge of writing 50,000 words for a new novel this month. Yes, I know I've tried a few times before and always fallen woefully (WAY!) short of that lofty goal. Yes, yes, I know the definition of insanity! Moving on... But
What I'm usually doing when I'm supposed to be doing something else... If I'm on my computer, I'm probably playing with photoshop. Recently, I found some really old (1880s!!) cabinet photos in an old photo album, in an old chest full of stuff that had belonged to my grandmother-in-law. A
I loved playing softball as a child. I wasn't very good at it, but I always had fun. Doesn't this look like a girl having fun? But when I got a little older, I got a little better. I even made the all-star team. I guess practice and repetition really does
Tough day. New heels. Expensive ones. A six-word story written for Daily Post's Weekly Writing Challenge: Flash Fiction.
Writing is not usually a team sport. It lends itself to the solitary lifestyle. Some days, I don't even change out of my pajamas, let alone shower. But this is where writing communities can be helpful. And I'm involved in a few. I'm a founding member of an online group
I'm addicted to reading. The world could fall apart around me, but if my nose is in a book, I wouldn't even notice. I have a hard time putting a book down before it's finished. Even (especially) when there's something else I should be doing, like writing, laundry, dishes, and
I redecorated. I kinda like it. I'm in a festive mood. ;) What do you think: Take it or Leave it?
What do you dream of? Daily Post: Dreams
For Wordsmith Studio Weekly Creative Prompt: Wish You Were Here.
Veronica Roth, a good friend of mine, recently wrote a blog post detailing how to make lavender wands. Check it out. They looked very pretty and I love the scent of lavender, so I thought, "Hey, I have lavender. I should make one of those." So I did. I think