(Author edit: November 5. I added a blog post to my poem)
Say that five times fast. That’s OK. Take your time. Try again. I’ll wait…
We’ll just have to add that to “Peter Piper” and “She Sells Seashells,” won’t we?
I decided to reach out to some more book…
I started interviewing myself as an exercise in comedic writing, then branched out to interview other authors that I have been doing promotions with. I usually post the interviews on my blog as part of “Free Book Friday”. …
Ten months ago. That’s when I started my series on composition-well my way of doing things. Call me unorthodox-Go ahead, it’s OK.
In five weeks I described my process of coming up with an idea for a piece, expanding and revising it, then putting it together, writing it down (cuz…
The Increment Excident
I stopped by a friend’s place to check on the dog. After a brisk walk, I kindly directed her to take care of her business as her owner would not be home until later. Having thoroughly explaining the situation, she proceeded to take her number 2.
Now that NaNoWriMo is over, I have time to reflect on the process of writing a book. I am reminded by this iconic scene in pop culture:
[ Two men sit across from each other drinking coffee in a diner]
“This should be the show.”
About the interviews:
When I published my first book, I looked for ways to reach new readers, and being a brand new author, participating in various book bloggers interviews was a good way to start. Some interviews were standard questions, while others had more individuality built into them.
If you haven’t read yesterday’s post yet, take a quick read for an introduction to this one:
Done? Great. Let’s continue.
Is horror much different from post-apocalyptic or science fiction? When I set out to write this one-yesterday-I wanted to make it an homage to the king of horror…