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UNDER THE ASSASSIN’S MOON
Crossfire (Hard Target #2)
32208 /45000 words. 71.5% done!
Moonstruck Mafia: Boston
61313 / 100000 words. 61.3% done!
Moonshine & Mistletoe (FILO .5)
1707 / 12000 words. 14% done!
May/June 2019 Issue
GHOSTS & THE ANCIENT STONES
TWICE THE TEMPTATION
FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE
Tag Archives: writing
It’s Wednesday and December officially starts tomorrow. *muppet flail* I did “win” NaNoWriMo back on Monday. I went just over 50K words. With this book remain that long or longer? Probably not. There is a lot of filler and side … Continue reading
So, this is the Monday after Thanksgiving–at least here in the USA. Other places, it’s pretty much a regular Monday. I wonder if other places have Black Friday, Small Business Saturday (which usually stretched into Sunday, as does Black Friday, … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving Eve! I suspect some of us here in the US will be cooking or otherwise preparing for tomorrow. If you’re busy, take a break and check out our #1lineWed prompt **.FAR: Beyond the world I know. And away. … Continue reading
We are back in the environs of my Cajun Wolves for today’s snippet. Given the first part of the #1LineWed prompt, I knew the Wolves would be involved. That prompt would be: **BETTER TO: See you with. Have loved and … Continue reading
Today, the Universe seems to be spot on when it comes to writing. Every writer has their own process. Some of us draft “dirty”–simply getting the bare bones of the story down before going back to flesh it out by … Continue reading
Once again the week has rolled around and it is Wednesday. That means inspiring writing prompts and new words, right? Right! So, #1lineWed was a little more imganitive for this week. The prompt is **GRASP: A good. At straws. The … Continue reading
November is moving on, and with early November comes the horrid time change. Yes, there’s a bill languishing in the US House of Representatives (passed bipartisan in the Senate) to keep Daylight Savings Time permanent–no time changes, simply stay on … Continue reading