Where does the time go? I started Waiting on a Word four years ago. How did it get to be 2017? I'm sorry I haven't been around much because WOAW is still my favorite corner of my cyberworld. So where have I been? 2016 was a whirlwind. After starting a new day job, I … Continue reading Another year…!
In January of 2013, I started this blog and wrote a post. I hit "publish" even though I had zero followers and hadn't invited anyone to read it. Here's part of what I wrote: I don’t know where my ideas will come from, or if I will ever even have another one, never mind a … Continue reading Happy Blog-iversary WOAW!
Happy news! Today I'm excited to share the cover for The Love Square! Here it is... And here's the whole cover... Isn't it cute? The Limitless team did a great job. Here's what the back blurb reads: Clare Davis hates everything about L.A. Well, almost everything… Accustomed to a small town life in Nebraska, Clare … Continue reading Love is more than a little complicated…
Greetings, from "the editing cave" where I'm busy revising The Love Square. Here's a list of some things I've learned: I have a lot of "staring" happening. He stared at her, she stared at him, etc. etc. I'm working on it, people. There's no good word for a female half-laugh-- "giggle" sounds too silly and "chuckled" … Continue reading Cave Dwelling with Gobo and Eugene
Hi Blogtropolis! I knew that title would catch your eye! If that alone didn't spark your interest, I'm sure this will: An old party girl turned domestic diva, infuriated by her husband's cheating--and his holier-than-thou, tree-hugging, no-tits and no-hips girlfriend--inflicts her wrath by training a local boy in the fine art of seduction. She and … Continue reading Birth of an American Gigolo
I've been writing posts and keeping them in my drafts because I feel so incredibly self-centered talking about me, me, me all the time. Especially with everything going on in the world. But guess what? Here's another post about me. I tried checking out the Daily Prompts. There was one I liked about a mystery … Continue reading Do-Re-Mi, ME ME ME … Stuck on Me
Two years ago, I wrote a blog post on Halloween night discussing whether I should take part in NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month. I did do NaNo that year and "won," meaning I wrote 50,000 words in the month of November. That first draft sucked. But for the next year and a half I worked … Continue reading Juggling November