Category Archives: HTTS

I’m Doing It All Wrong

The Season of Hell is over and I have taken down the festive Christmas Skeleton and turned The Pillow. The door wreaths come off this weekend. It’s frosty cold outside and all fireplace cozy inside, and I am incredibly energized. … Continue reading

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December IWSG Blog Hop

IWSG Blog Hop I cannot believe how fast the first Wednesday of each month rolls around now that I have committed to participating in this Blog Hop. But I love that the questions make me think AND write. December’s Question: … Continue reading

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A Eureka! Moment? Or ADHD? Could Be Either

I’m on Lesson 4 of HTTS. It is the week of The Sentence. Some writers call it a Log Line. Whatever. It is 30 words [more or less] that Describes Your Book. Here is mine [updated]: Reluctant private investigator risks … Continue reading

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The Definition of Crazy . . .

. . . is doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result. Kick-ass Covers, No Endings I am supposedly writing a book. One singular book. With a beginning, middle, and end. And a kick-ass cover. After nearly … Continue reading

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