This was my first month participating in NaNoWriMo. Where you commit to writing 50,000 words in the month of November. I did it. What is funny, is that I plan to do it every month now. It is an excellent writing goal.
Anyone else achieve this? Let’s hear about your success.
I hope that everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving. While everyone is watching football, try writing. It does wonders for the digestion…
I want to touch on a subject that tugs at the heart-strings. I don’t usually tackle such important topics but today it is pressing on my mind.
Christmas Music in November? Where does everyone stand? I love to slip in a Christmas song or two during the month of November. I think by design, we spend November being thankful and December being generous. Why not start the spirit of the season early with a few carols? I realize that you can only listen to the Christmas Song and Jingle Bell Rock so many times. But there is a lot of Christmas music out there that the radio and or Pandora can play.
Marianne W. Leininger hosts a writing blog called The Newest Novel. It is a wonderful resource that highlights first time authors. Check it out!
Check out my interview about Fog of Fortune on Anna del C. Dye’s blog.
Glassford has a great voice which lulls the reader back into another place and time., November 4, 2014
This review is from: Fog of Fortune: Book One (The Silversword Chronicles 1) (Kindle Edition)
They don’t write stories like this anymore. In a time where fiction writing has become overtly simplistic, Fog of Fortune does not insult readers with dumbed down vocabulary. Glassford has a great voice which lulls the reader back into another place and time. Sam is a likable character who stays true to his morals. Silversword is a textbook sociopath. The stellar copy-editing was quite refreshing as so many e-books skimp on this part of the writing process….
(The rest is a bit of a spoiler alert.)
Thanks MomofThree for reading!