I just posted a new poem. You can read A Wind So Dry at my Ko-fi page.
I've written a post for the Epos Blog about writing my NaNoWriMo novel this year and why I don't think word-count should determine if you succeed or not. The story you are trying to tell is more important than tracking words, and not reaching 50,000 words does not mean you've failed. You can read it … Continue reading My NaNoWriMo
My novel, At the End of the World, is off to a final round of readings and editorial review. Hopefully, there are few revisions needed after that. Then it will go into the production phase at the publisher. This book has been an unexpected experience all the way through. I thought it would be a … Continue reading Work in Progress: November 20, 2019
I don't mind sharing my thoughts, my work progress, poems, and a few tidbits from my life, but I usually shy away from some of the sausage-making of it. But this update I feel the need to share a little more. I suffer from a random chronic pain condition that hits me three or four … Continue reading Work in Progress: November 10, 2019
I'm behind on taking stock of my writing work. I've been deep into revisions on the novel and still have more to go. With all the editorial feedback incorporated, it's now twice as long. Plenty of new scenes, a few new characters, and plot threads. It's been good to dedicate as many hours as I … Continue reading Work in Progress: October 24, 2019