Tag: WIP

Happy Feet – the Joys of Research

 July 14, 2017

Have I told you lately how much I love writing? I love all aspects of it (except maybe marketing but that’s for another post) from the research, to the actual writing, to the editing and putting it into a final form. I love the whole creative process, but I especially love research. If I let myself, […]

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Summer WIP: Putting Baby in Bed

 September 24, 2015

Summer is over and so is my Summer Work In Progress, at least for a while. I’ve got a lot of good suggestions from my first beta reader, as well as helpful feedback from my writers’ group, leaving me with changes as well as more questions. I’m going to clean the manuscript up some more […]

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Summer WIP: Preparing my Baby for School

 August 28, 2015

Families throughout the country are preparing for back to school. Continuing with my birthing a book and raising it to adulthood theme, I’m now preparing my book for school. One of the first things you do when you have a baby is name it. I had a working title, My Father’s Desk, but I wasn’t […]

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Everything Has a Price Tag

 July 8, 2015

(Photo courtesy Orange County Archives via Flickr) Minnie Pearl was known for her hat with the price tag still attached. I don’t know if this was to let people know how much she had paid for it, or so she could return it after having worn it a few times! Whatever the reason for the […]

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Every Which Way but Write!

 July 1, 2015

I promised regular updates on my summer writing progress. The last few weeks I’ve been going every which way but write! Between publishing my latest book, Still Dancing, blogging, selling books at an Arts & Crafts fair, meetings and personal and family responsibility, I’ve done nothing as far as word count. That doesn’t mean I […]

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WIP – Summer Writing Project

 June 18, 2015

(Courtesy of Flickr – No this isn’t me but it could be!) One marketing suggestion I read recently was to blog about your current Work in Progress – WIP. Include the highs and lows, triumphs and failures, frustrations and despair. I’ve never done this. Usually I try to protect my WIP like a card shark […]

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