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Not Sure If Having Writerly Epiphany Or Breakdown šŸ¤”

It’s finally happened. I have writer’s block. Okay, so I’ve been stuck like this in the past. Usually I just take a break for a few days and it’s fine. Really, this is only Day One of stuck-ness, so I shouldn’t be this concerned. But I think this time, it’s deeper than writer’s block. It’s… Continue reading Not Sure If Having Writerly Epiphany Or Breakdown šŸ¤”

Thursday Thinkerings

Book Review: “Victoria” by Daisy Goodwin

I’ve always been a Daisy Goodwin fan. She seems to get right into the heart of history and make herself at home. As a writer who has dabbled in the historical genre, I can confirm that it’s not an easy thing to pull off. Daisy does it, and she did it again with Victoria. Unfortunately,… Continue reading Book Review: “Victoria” by Daisy Goodwin

Wednesday Writings

How Hiring A Professional Editor Saved My Manuscript

Fellow writers, I get it ā€“ā€“ shelling out money to edit something you’ve written for free isn’t your idea of a good time. It took me years to talk myself into investing in a professional round of editing, and it was only when I was getting desperate for help that I finally gave in. “Becoming… Continue reading How Hiring A Professional Editor Saved My Manuscript

Wednesday Writings

Interview With A Character: Rose Swansea

Iā€™m going to kick off my first Wednesday Writings post with a character interview, because Rose Swansea very much wants to be absolved of her sins. This young English immigrant is haunted by the stalker who killed her lover, and despite escaping to a Manhattan speakeasy catering to practitioners of the occult, the masked Aidos… Continue reading Interview With A Character: Rose Swansea