For the Love of Words

  • For the Love of Words

    For the Love of Words: April 2020

    Three months ago, had you told me I’d still be working on the same book, I would have laughed. Yet, I am still working on Justice and Lies and I’m really only halfway through. Writing comes in bursts and they don’t last long. Multiple times this week, after work, I’ve tried to sit down with a goal…

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    For the Love of Words: February 2020

    Just like For the Love of Books, I skipped this for January because I didn’t write anything and because I was sick. So everything in this post is really about both January and February. There’s something scary about going to a book series and a world after years. I did a little bit with NaNoWriMo…

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    For the Love of Words: December 2019

    As I’m in the middle of my writing break because life, I look back at December and realize I edited and published a book in a month. It’s almost been a month since cameras and confessions came out on kindle. Despite those two big accomplishments, I feel like I wasn’t that creative. NaNoWriMo was a…

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    For the Love of Words: The Year End Recap

    When I started 2019 I had some ambitious goals: five books published this year. Tomorrow I’ll publish #3, so that’s pretty good considering the last year I had published anything was in 2016. When I first started the original draft of Airtime and Alibis in the spring of 2018, I thought it would be a…

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  • For the Love of Words: November

    For the Love of Words: November 2019

    Let’s talk about NaNoWriMo – it happens every year and almost every year I fail. In fact, when it came to November 30th, Facebook memories reminded me that the last time I won NaNoWriMo was in 2016. And I won in 2016 because I lost my job a third of the way into the month.…

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    For the Love of Words: October 2019

    October was a weird month for my writing. Split between two works and two main characters who are very different, it was a test to see how well I could manage it. While I didn’t write two books at the same time (not that crazy), it was an interesting process to flex my creative muscle.…

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