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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