• Books,  Excerpt,  new work,  Scotland,  scottish romance,  The Legend of Lady MacLaoch,  The Legend of Lady MacLaoch sequel,  writing

    Sneak Peek: Legend II

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  • Serendipity of Fate,  writing

    Update on Serendipity of Fate!

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  • The Legend of Lady MacLaoch sequel,  updates,  writing

    Snow Day!

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  • NaNoWriMo,  writers life,  writing

    New Year – Back to Work Ye Scurvy Dogs!

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  • NaNoWriMo,  writing


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  • The Legend of Lady MacLaoch sequel,  writing

    Legend II – Writing Interuptus

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  • contest,  Indigo Editing and Publication,  writing

    Calling All Stuck-in-a-Rut Writers!

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  • new work,  writers life,  writing

    Sex Scenes Anal-ized

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    nitroglycerin pills cost NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is upon us again, bringing with it writers everywhere who pound their keyboards issuing out word, after word, after epic word until a novel is made. There are write-ins, meet-ups and get-togethers. Awards are won. Notoriety is given. People are pumped. Though, I can’t help but think, oh my god is that Thanksgiving next week? And, how the hell did the end of the year get here so fast?? For all you Writing Stars: Are you in NaNoWriMo? How’s it going?Does the additional stress of Thanksgiving’s arrival help or hurt your creative? And how much wine will you consume this month? Just curious. . .