Throwing in the Towel #IWSG

IWSG Question of the Month: Being a writer, when you’re reading someone else’s work, what stops you from finishing a book/throws you out of the story/frustrates you the most about other people’s books? Oh gosh, there’s any slew of things and it’ll range from griping the remainder of the way through to just giving up.Continue reading “Throwing in the Towel #IWSG”

Production Time #IWSG

ISWG question of the month: Are there months or times of the year that you are more productive with your writing than other months, and why? Well, as long as we aren’t looking at 2020… But yes, and my year more or less follows when there’s NaNoWriMo (November) or Camp NaNoWriMo (April and July). ThoseContinue reading “Production Time #IWSG”

Didn’t go as planned #IWSG

IWSG Question of the Month: Have you ever written a piece that became a form, or even a genre, you hadn’t planned on writing in? Or do you choose a form/genre in advance? Often enough I complain about how my characters won’t behave, but I have done the above. The first several (failed) attempts atContinue reading “Didn’t go as planned #IWSG”

It’s a secret #IWSG

Before I get into this month’s question, I know a lot of people are wondering when the ebook for Mortgaged Mortality will be available for preorder. I promise I’m working on it. With the delays, I’m trying to slim down some of the things I do to regain some of that time which is holdingContinue reading “It’s a secret #IWSG”

Worth a thousand words #IWSG

After some confusion, mishaps, and much cursing, I’ve regained control… of my blog. I claim that on nothing else. I’ve been pretty quiet anyway over the past few months. Life’s been hectic to put it nicely. I’d like to think perhaps this month I can actually start getting started on some projects I’ve been puttingContinue reading “Worth a thousand words #IWSG”