When I reinvented my cover art, I didn’t realize the ripple effect that change would have. Because I had new cover art, I had to: Prep my CreateSpace account so it is ready for the paperback version to be uploaded once I’m through writing.… Continue Reading “Every Little Thing”
There are several reasons to love my Mac. But today’s reason is topmost in my mind. I have carpal tunnel syndrome, and it’s severe enough that my doctor thinks I may need surgery. Thank goodness, my Mac comes with built in voice dictation software.… Continue Reading “This is why I love my Mac”
After a lot of thought and some very slow revision, I have made a new cover that will be used for the paperback. Please tell me what you think!
I’ve been using Scrivener to write my novel, and it has proven to be not only economical, but also absolutely perfect for my needs. Storyboarding As a visual learner, I love the storyboarding aspect (seen below). I now have the first 20 chapters… Continue Reading “Nuts and Bolts Aspects of Writing: Why Scrivener Rocks”
For the last four years, I have been a member of a large True Blood roleplaying group across several online sites–Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr. The group I’m a part of has been writing one continuous storyline spanning that entire time. Some people dedicate themselves to… Continue Reading “What RolePlay Taught Me About Writing”