Chicago, Illinois, 2006 – “Kelly?” Connor poked his head into the darkened hospital room, light brown eyes scanning it and landing on the bed. “Hon? Are you awake?”Continue reading “Content Where I Am”
Time for another Character Questionnaire!Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 2”
33,313 words, guys. While I’m behind, of this moment, this rewrite of Preserving The Past is now the longest story I’ve ever written.
It’s true that editing is basically rewriting. But what happens when we’ve spent so much time editing a story that it’s starting to lose its’ luster?Continue reading “Rewriting A Story”
25,257 words! It’s the midpoint, guys! I’m halfway there!
Chicago, Illinois, 2005 — So far, the finished rooms were the kitchen, their bedroom, and the bathroom. All that was left was the dining area, the living room, the two spare bedrooms, and the garage.
Everyone has a breaking point. Everyone gets to a point where everything is going wrong and they don’t know what to do and the pressure and stress gets to them.
Making slow, but steady progress: 20,052 words and one character death so far.
Writers are thinkers. If you spot one staring off into space, there’s a strong chance they’re thinking about their stories.Continue reading “Thinking & Daydreaming: Two Peas In A Pod”
Hey, everyone. I’ve decided to put The Family Trap on hold for a while so that it can undergo some ‘maintenance’, so to speak.
I hope to have it back up by the time January rolls around, February at the latest, so keep your eyes peeled!
P.S. Today’s regular post will be up soon!