When I’m writing, music is as important to me as my laptop. Continue reading
I’ve begun drafting Book 3 of my Trihune Series. Normally at this point the characters are talking (extremely loud!) in my head. Scenes that may or may not make it into the book pop into my brain at various (all the freakin’ time) moments throughout the day (or right before I fall asleep). The excitement to JUST START WRITING is at extremely high levels.
Not this time. Continue reading
Praise for SOMETHING MORE
“Very enjoyable story. I loved that it was unpredictable. Just when I thought the heroine was going to do one thing, she does something totally different. I look forward to more stories from Samanthya, I have no doubt they will be just as good as her first two!”
Nothing clears a room in my house faster than turning on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Me: *sitting on couch, watching a BVS episode*
Bubbles: Don’t you have all the Buffy seasons on DVD?
Bubbles: So why are you watching it on demand?
Me: *pause* Good point. *Sets popcorn bowl off to side. Throws off blanket. Heads to DVD bookshelf. Pulls out season 1* I am so going to need more popcorn. And, ooh, I wonder if I have more of those yummy salted caramels left?
Bubbles: Crap. Why did I say that?
Only one more read through, then Lucas’s Story is off to the publisher. If that means I have to remain sober on New Year’s Eve then dammit, I will because that’s the type of writer I am. (Well, sober at least until 10:30 p.m.) Continue reading
A week or so ago I had thirty minutes to kill before a work conference. I still had scenes to write for Lucas’s story so I pulled out a notebook and started writing.
I never wished for my computer more.