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Category Archives: Works in progress
Earlier today I finally got to announce the title of my upcoming YA novel: I’ve been working on this book and unable to say much about it for more than two years, so it’s exciting to finally be able to … Continue reading
Periodically on this blog I have mentioned a long-term work-in-progress, COLD IRON, the first book in a trilogy set in the Catoctin region of Maryland. In the process of researching for the book, I was lucky enough to meet archeologist … Continue reading
For me it is, anyway. As in 1000 words per day. Ever since I started the draft of my newest work in progress, I have committed to writing 1000 words per day as a manageable amount, and this morning I … Continue reading
My fellow Sweet Sixteen, Kim Savage, has tagged me for the 777 Meme, whereby you post the first full 7 lines on the 7th page of your work in progress, starting 7 lines down. As my current work in progress … Continue reading
It’s been a weird couple of weeks, writing-wise. I submitted my latest revision of the novel-that-has-no-name-yet to my editor, and now I have turned to something scarier: writing Book 2. The thought of doing in less than a year what … Continue reading
I spent a lot of time today staring out the window. But it was solid, productive staring out the window. I am elbow-deep in a revision of my as-yet-untitled novel that is coming out in 2016, and I won’t lie … Continue reading
Once upon a time in my Harry Potter fandom days, my friends and I were planning an event that required four of us to play the heads of the various Hogwarts houses. The others agreed, as if it were a … Continue reading
For readers unfamiliar with American Sign Language, I should explain that “PAH!” is often used by signers as a written shorthand for the ASL sign that translates best into English as “At last!” or “Finally!” (so-called because of the distinctive … Continue reading