I’ve always tried to avoid sites that I know will take up (consume) my life. One such site is Tumbler and the other is Twitter. Huh…I just realized they both start with Ts. Anyways, I finally signed up with Twitter because let’s be frank, its a good way to generate interest. More and more people are on it than ever before. So I figured, why the hell not?
Hit me up and follow. I plan…key word plan to put up snippets of chapters or bits of dialogue that I find brilliant.
Here’s the link:
The dreaded Twitter page!
Every now and again I like to go through my pages and update the information there. I’ve been bouncing the idea of getting a twitter account for months now. I know, I’m probably one of the few people left on the planet who doesn’t have a twitter. Well that’s not official yet but I’ll be sure to let you all know when it is.
With that being said, I have updated my bio and contact information. I think they suit my personality a bit more than before. I would greatly appreciate it if you guys checked them out and told me what you think.
Well that’s enough procrastinating, time to get back to work.
I have a problem. I get random scenes and story ideas about six times a day. Some of them are just passing fancies, although I do write them all down. I try to not dwell on them too much because then they get in the way of my current story and then nothing gets done. Usually, I can push these ideas aside and keep on working, but every now and again, I get what I like to call “Impatient Stories”. They scream and shout like a two year old throwing a tantrum demanding my attention. The worst part is that they tend to be awesome ideas. Sigh.
I have this one story brewing in my head that sounds like it would be fun to write, but I’m right in the middle of writing the last book in the Lost Guardian series. I wanted to do one of my stand alone stories to give myself a breather from series writing, which can be very draining. But this story won’t leave me be. I guess I’ll just have to wait and see what happens when I have some free time to actually plan my next book.
Until Next time folks!
A year ago, my grandmother got really sick. It took a while to figure out what exactly was wrong with her, cancer. It pains me to say that on December 27th 2016, she passed from this world. We all new that she wouldn’t leave before Christmas (it being her favorite holiday). I love you Nana and you will be terribly missed my all of us. Thank you for all the years of love and support you gave me. I will try to live my life in a way that would make you proud.
Things are really kinda crazy for me right now. My grandmother is loosing her fight with cancer and honestly, she could go at any moment. I realize that it has been a while since I’ve posted anything so I just wanted to take a few moments to tell you that I’m still alive and will return.
Please tell your loved one how you feel. You never know when they will no longer be around.
A very happy Veteran’s Day to all my fellow vets out there. Whether I served with you or not, I consider you a friend. May your belly be full, may you have a roof over your head, and may you be surrounded by loved ones.
There are many tools that I employ to help me along while I plan and write my books. Sometimes it’s a steaming cup of tea or a tall glass of wine. And it always involves music. At first I used good ‘ol Pandora, bouncing around stations as they suited me. Then I found the lovely playlists on Spotify (yes I know, I’m a little late to the party). But my newest discovery is a wonderful little gem call ambient-mixer.com. Talented people have created background noise for you to listen to! My favorites (so far) are Ravenclaw’s Common Room, Loki’s Chambers, and Bucky and Steve’s apartment…oh not the mention Witches Cabin. They have nature sounds too, but so far these are the ones I love. Seriously, check them out and let me know what are some of your favorite stations?
Later my peoples