Tag Archives: changes

2018 Ends with a Crumble

I don’t think I can pick a song that can work with all this.  (I’ll grab one anyway.)  Honestly, I don’t even know how to write this post.  The job is going fine and I haven’t done any writing.  Those … Continue reading

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Old Characters With New Faces

While Kira Grasdon might have gone through a transformation like the hated guy above, I found that others had to change.  To connect this story to Legends of Windemere, I needed to have a few cameos.  Nothing too big considering the … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Minus 2

As I said, I only have one question and then I’ll answer for me: What are you doing this summer? A simple question, but one that has an impact on indie authors and bloggers alike.  The summer is a slow … Continue reading

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Tribe of the Snow Tiger Update

So, I’ve been dancing around this little tidbit and wondering when I should mention what’s going on.  After all, it’s been a while since I released a Legends of Windemere book and I keep doing my ‘hope to release’ statement.  At … Continue reading

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When an Author Makes Changes

Not sure why I took that quote, but it might ring true.  Honestly, ‘change of pace’ ended up being pics of a band and porn.  ‘Change of style’ was all fashion and porn.  Let’s face it, people.  Every topic gets … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Changing for the Sake of Changing

These questions stem from two things.  One is that I’m editing and that requires making changes.  The other is that I accidentally clicked on the link that led me to the ‘new’ WordPress post maker.  This thing is terrible.  I … Continue reading

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Upheaval in a Story

When writing a long series, it helps to do an upheaval for your characters.  It doesn’t have to be all of them, but shaking up the life of a few in a story can help their progress.  Even if they … Continue reading

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The Fractured Void

The crinkling of glass Drowning out all noise Shards crumbling into the void Jagged edges bared Ripping feet to ribbons Dripping precious blood Into the nearing maw Every step Shuddering with fear and pain Unsure if the path is true … Continue reading

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Where Do I Go From Here?

So here we are with the last post before this blog takes its first silent day.  At least an official one because there’s always the chance that I had to delete an old post that was the only one on … Continue reading

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And Here We Are

This post might be a bit meaty since I have a lot of ground to cover.  Yearly goals, weekly goals, a new page coming later, and covering a bit of confusion.  Well, let’s get on with the fun. End of … Continue reading

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