Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Agency: Reviving Resurrection

  Want to see what the Guatreaux family has been up to? Want to know what happened after Loving Dasia? Well see what they are getting themselves into. The Agency: Reviving Resurrection, Marius is all grown up with plenty to … Continue reading

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Did she really say that?

That face you make when your character says something completely unexpected. #Didshereallyjustsaythat

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NANO Week 3 2015: This is me

Well, week 3 is over and this is the home stretch. There have been good days (3400+ words) and there have been bad days (458 words) but it feels pretty good to be on the up side of 40K words. … Continue reading

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Deadly Dreamer’s ending

I don’t know why this is so hilarious to me but, I can see my characters celebrating at the end of this book like the parties they have at the end of the Hallmark Holiday movies. And this is the … Continue reading

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Side eye to my characters

That moment when your character reveals that they aren’t who they portrayed themselves to be and now half of your story doesn’t make sense. #NANOFrustration #NANOWannakilloffthischaracter

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Week 2: Not quite done

I must admit, week 2 of NANO progressed further than I expected. Like my story a little more than before which leads me to believe that where I started will not ultimately be my beginning. But I’m okay with that. … Continue reading

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NANO 2015: Week 1 Done

Week one is done and week two is on the horizon. Here are the lessons I’ve learned: I’ve overcome fear of not knowing where to start – sometimes you just have to dive in and start anywhere. I’ve worked my … Continue reading

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