Monthly Archives: November 2014

Prince of the Nai

Looks like on of my characters wants his own story: He was born to the dead. Then he too died. But he was blessed and cursed by a power beyond his own. And when he rose again, it was with … Continue reading

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NANO Week 3: I almost taste victory.

Counting down. Almost there. Calling it a night on 11/22/2014 with my word count at 45183. I’m in a good place. I can see the 50K just on the horizon. But I am in no way delusional. This puppy still … Continue reading

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Review for Darkeness Seduced (Order of the Blade) by Stephanie Rowe

Stephanie Rowe does it again with the gripping tale of Gideon Rourke. I so wanted to be his Lily crawling up in his arms to make the world a much better place. Twists and turns with the fate of the … Continue reading

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What I learned from Week 1 of NANO.

A good ways into Week 2 of NANO and I am finally getting the opportunity to sit down and consider lessons from week 1 to keep me moving forward during the pressure of week 2. Lessons learned: 1. The most … Continue reading

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Week 2 NANO update

Making progress playing with the dead. My wraiths and reapers are coming upon so many secrets. Death better watch out, his creations might just be coming for ┬áhim. Official word ┬ácount 19231. Didn’t quite make my 20K for the weekend … Continue reading

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Enough Already

I really wish whoever this is with the Italian accent that keeps whispering “Priestess” in my head would knock it off.

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NANO update

Day one started out with a bang. 3101. Now to keep it going. Here is a taste: The room smelled of alcohol and not that sterilization kind found in the cleanliest of places. No, this was the wretched stench of … Continue reading

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