Laughter Lifts the Heart
Several years into it, and this blog still refuses to be categorized. It's eclectic and includes everything from writing posts to snippets from my ordinary life.
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Give the Lady a Ride
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Ride to the Altar
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A Southern Season
Skydiving to Love: a Novella
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Tag Archives: Outlining Your Novel
What stage are you in with your writing—getting the first draft written, or revising the mess you made of your first draft? Either way, there may come a time when you’re stumped and unable to go forward. Best thing to … Continue reading
I’ve been having a bit of trouble kicking myself into gear after the holidays. I know my plans for 2017: Finish Kayla’s Challenge, my novella for the Tiny House Collection; write and publish Ride to the Altar, the third in the Circle Bar … Continue reading
Remember this mug from last Friday? I want it. It serves a dual purpose–it would announce to whomever may care that I’m writing again and, if I’m not writing again, it would serve as a constant reminder that I’m supposed … Continue reading
As you know, if you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, I’ve been working on my entr’acte between Give the Lady a Ride and The Final Ride using Katie Weiland’s Outlining Your Novel workbook–an experiment of sorts, since I … Continue reading
Past few weeks, I’ve been letting y’all know of my creative process for developing an entr’acte for what I’m now calling the Romance on the Circle Bar Ranch series (title subject to change . . . again). Time for another installment. … Continue reading
By now, if you’ve been reading my blog for the past few weeks, you know of all my major events in my writing career: The Final Ride is finished and awaiting approval from my publisher, While I semi-patiently wait for … Continue reading
Last week, I mentioned I was trying to come up with an “entr’acte” to land between Give the Lady a Ride and The Final Ride. I didn’t have a clue what I’d write, I just knew I needed something to tie a … Continue reading