So far through this novel writing experience I find myself continuing to fall into two traps: not making the time to write consistently and writing myself into corners. I know my solution to the first trap: choose to make it more of a priority. Writing myself into corners seems to be a…
I mentioned in my last (the first) post that when I started writing this novel, I sat down and 5 1/2 chapters spilled out of me. Well, now that I’m picking up the story 3 years later, it seems I have some thinking to do. It’s clear I have the beginning down. The…
Let’s face it, most cottages have a quirk, or two, with the possible exception of the cottages that are really full homes in cottage communities. Many of these quirks are simply a part of living in the country, most are things you’d never see — except at a cottage.
When all You Want to do is Cry
Last week in one of my online groups I was asked the following:
Some days things go so great and then there are those days you just want to sit back and have a good cry! How do you deal with “those” days? Do you have some tips to share about “those” days?