Like Trash

Six Word Story

How quickly you throw me away.

Unintentional Post

Sometimes I accidentally hit Publish

Do you? What do you do?

I debate if I should change it. I usually mean to publish at a later date. But for some reason I  hit Publish instead of Scheduling it. If I change it then the email you all received is rendered null but if I don’t it messes up my plans in my head for the week.

What to do?

ReBlog – Camp NaNoWriMo: Week 3

Hey guys! We’re on week 3 of Camp NaNoWriMo and I’m almost finished. I have a little over 5K left, though I will probably write somewhat more to finish up the book. 50K is just an initial wo…

Source: Camp NaNoWriMo: Week 3 – J.N. Cahill :

ReBlog – How To Meet Other Writers

Writing is a solitary hobby that can leave you feeling secluded and lost. When times get tough and you’re lacking the motivation to write, being alone can result in you giving up. The best thing to…

Source: How To Meet Other Writers – The Writers’ Den

ReBlog – Camp NaNoWriMo 2016: Bad Advice

Best bad advice ever. Made me chuckle.

To ensure you don’t go utterly mad after this month, I’ve compiled my not so sound advice into one post. Lock yourself in a tiny, suffocating room. Hold your breath and forget to breath…

Source: Camp NaNoWriMo 2016: Bad Advice | aspiringwriter22

ReBlog – #CampNaNoWriMo: Keep Calm and Write On

I hate camping, but I love summer camp. -Zooey Deschanel   It’s hard to believe NaNoWriMo was six months ago, but for those of you who thrive on the month-long writing challenge, there…

Source: #CampNaNoWriMo: Keep Calm and Write On – Turtle Writer

Camp Nano Closes Soon

The end is in site

How did you do? Any words gained is a triumph. Be proud!

I’m sharing some of your Camp Nano posts the next few days. I hope to work on my edits  today. Wish me luck.

Are you going to do it again in the summer?

ReBlog – Camp NaNoWriMo: Week 1

Hey guys! So, if you don’t know, Camp NaNoWriMo began a week ago. I decided to use the event to edit and re-write my YA Horror novel that I wrote for NaNoWriMo last year–Evil in the Wal…

Source: Camp NaNoWriMo: Week 1 – J.N. Cahill :

ReBlog – TIPS ON BECOMING A BETTER WRITER – Day 30

 Today is the final day of the NANOWRIMO Challenge for 2015. I made my goal of 50,000 words on Nov. 23 and reached 57,632 to finish the first draft of my novel, “Courage and Endurance”, the last book on the series “Journey to Freedom”. Tomorrow, the draft will be put away for a while and revisited at a later date…

Source: TIPS ON BECOMING A BETTER WRITER – Day 30 – Rosalinda R. Morgan, Author of Historical Novels & Garden Writer

ReBlog – Day 30 NaNo writing inspiration: start writing, no matter what

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This is it! It doesn’t matter how many words you have, you have completed the challenge. Congrats, but this doesn’t mean that you can stop writing. The real fun has only …

Source: Day 30 NaNo writing inspiration: start writing, no matter what – La Petit Muse

Worn out

No energy

I haven’t got much editing down this week. Oil changes, visiting Gran, School Field Trips and work has filled all my editing hours in a day. Today I’m sore from all the walking and may need a down day.

How’s your writing adventure going? Hope it’s going better than mine.

ReBlog – 7 Pieces Of Advice For Submitting To Literary Journals And Magazines

Getting a piece of writing published online is easy — all you need is an Internet connection and there’s an endless amount of places to put your words. Getting a piece of writing published in a literary magazine or journal, however, is quite the opposite. So… why go through all the trouble?

More here: 7 Pieces Of Advice For Submitting To Literary Journals And Magazines – The Writer’s Circle

ReBlog – Developing a Thick Skin

One of the things that we writers are supposed to do, in order to deal with rejection, is to develop a “thick skin.”

I heard this at the very beginning of my writing career, and unfortunately, I took it at face value.  I thought that somehow I could build up immunity to the pain of rejection and criticism using willpower or “mind over matter” approaches, the way it’s possible to psyche yourself into tolerating more pain at the dentist’s office.

It doesn’t work this way.

Finish reading here: Mike Wells Official Website: Developing a Thick Skin

ReBlog – What font or type faces should I use on my book cover? |

The font face choice is where so many book covers are let down. You may have a lot of experience with Photoshop or Gimp, and your image might beat the pants of other book cover images but the wrong choice can make your cover turn from professional to amateur in a swift punch. You might have read my past article about what images to put on your cover, and if you decide to stick with typography so this is the next natural step in the process of design.

To read more: What font or type faces should I use on my book cover?

ReBlog – #TeaserTuesday #FlashFiction #TuesdaySerial – “Dirty & Flirty” – Part 4

Photo credit: Friscocali via Foter.com / CC BY-NC

“Something tells me that’s not necessarily true Ms. Davenport,” he challenged as I felt his eyes slowly travel the contours of my face.

I took a deep breath in and challenged him right back even though my body was enjoying the proximity of his.

“I’ll just have to prove you wrong, won’t I?”

Read the rest of here: #TeaserTuesday – “Dirty & Flirty” – Part 4- #FlashFiction #TuesdaySerial