When I first started the spellster series, I was pretty adamant that each couple’s story would be confined to one book, with maybe the odd novella appearing here and there to expand on things. But the events that will transpire (or rather, unknowingly have transpired, depending on how you look at the timeline) made it… Continue reading Just Stop It!
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Happy 2019, everyone! Last year I set myself a few writing goals in the New Year. About half of them got done, with a number of upheavals I couldn’t possibly have accounted for. My goals for this year are a little modest in amount, but will require more from me. 2019 Goals Get Dark One’s… Continue reading 2019 Goals
At the beginning of the year, I set myself a few goals to complete by the end. Of course, none of those goals factored in the destruction that was our kitchen (which is still missing details but is also now fully functional) or the two funerals on my partner’s side of the family (both his… Continue reading Goodbye 2018
Typically when I write the backstory of a character, it’s somewhat uncomplicated and in the background. The whole reason for starting a story at a particular moment is in that this point is the moment where an irreversible change occurs. A dull life is shaken up. The left fork in the road is taken instead… Continue reading Darshan vris Mhanek – A Long and Involved Backstory
I hit my 15k goal for this month, despite taking quite a few days off. I probably hit it several times without knowing, considering everything I’ve cut. But we don’t count new on top of old over here. If the goal is five hundred words and two hundred are deleted along the way, write seven.… Continue reading The End of the Month Update
Whilst I’m going through the older stuff I’ve still got kicking around for Dark One’s Bride, I’ve found myself stumbling into quite a few pieces that just didn’t mesh with Clara’s whole personality. I would like to think I knew that at the time of writing it, but I persisted for so long taking Clara… Continue reading Character Growth – DOB Edition