That's it. That's the update. Okay, not really; I do have more snippets. But I am SO pleased to announce that I wrote 50,000 words in half the time I usually do. Literally most months I'm squeaking in at the last minute, writing my fifty thousandth word at midnight on the thirtieth. I love this… Continue reading The Eigengrau Update: I Won NaNoWriMo
Wordcount: 37, 073 I'm in love with this book. I'm in love with the people in the book. I'm in love with the mystery in the book. I'm in love with the eeriness in the book. I'm in love with the trauma and the healing and the left-behind friendships being mended and I'm in love… Continue reading The Eigengrau Update: 2 Weeks In
Some promises were made to be broken. Coming home wasn’t supposed to be one of them. Randi shrugged. “He could be anywhere.” She swallowed. He was anywhere. That was the problem. That was the entire reason it was an issue, the entire reason the town was panicking. The entire reason her dad was spending… Continue reading The Eigengrau: Day 5
I'm writing a horror novel for NaNoWriMo. I'm as giddy as a kid on Christmas Eve (it's me. I'm the kid). This is the most excited I've been for NaNoWriMo in several years—at the very least, since I wrote The Fading of the Light. I've wanted to write a horror novel for several years now,… Continue reading Horror for NaNoWriMo?
FOLKS. It's October, and you know what that means. The release of my urban fantasy/supernatural novel Dark is the Night releases in eight days! NaNoWriMo is just around the corner, and those of us who want to sit down and write our annual 50,000 words in a month are putting our brains in a very… Continue reading So You Want to Write a NaNo Novel