Tag: work in progress

Work in Progress

 August 23, 2017

Ordinary Time – Season of Stability My home is a work in progress. I can never completely leave it alone. I have projects half done, lying about as a reminder to finish them. No sooner do I finish one project than I begin another. I have plans to take me into the next decade and […]

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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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I Am My Own Worst Enemy

 October 2, 2015

I’m no stranger to stress. Years ago, as a single mom raising three kids while working full-time, I wrote a book, not the book, on stress, Motherhood Stress: It Causes More than a Few Grey Hairs. I thought that once my kids were on their own, my life would naturally de-stress – NOT! The past […]

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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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It's a Book! First Draft Done, Now the Real Work Begins.

 August 6, 2015

I woke up last Friday thinking, “This is terrible. It doesn’t work. I should just pitch it and cut my losses.” But since I was so close to finishing the first draft, I figured I had to bear down and get it over with. I could throw it out later. So, I pushed through the […]

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