The Art of Procrastination

This post is all about procrastination. In fact, my purpose for writing this post is so I can avoid working on my poem-in-progress and/or editing the first draft of my completed novel. Procrastination is an art. Well, it is if you work at it enough. All the things I ordinarily don't want to do suddenly … Continue reading The Art of Procrastination

Too Much to Say

Looking back at my blog over the past couple of months, I see nothing but sporadic re-blogs. I've barely posted at all, but that isn't because I don't have anything to say. It's because I have so much to write about, I can hardly get my thoughts in order. Do I talk about the election … Continue reading Too Much to Say

Writing Isn’t Easy

Writing is difficult. Sometimes it's torture. Other times it's blissfully easy. Most of the time, for me, it's hard work. Over the past four days, it's been all of those things. As I iron out the final chapters of The Coven, I'm forcing myself to write one sentence at a time, one after the other, … Continue reading Writing Isn’t Easy

Haiku Challenge: Dragon & Invites

It's that time of the week again. Time for Ronovan Writes' Weekly Haiku Challenge. This week's prompt words are Dragon & Invite. When I thought of dragons, I immediately thought of The Hobbit and Smaug's hoard of treasure. Dragon's golden hoard Invites the treasure-seeker to stay for dinner *

Goodbye NaPoWriMo, Hello May

National Poetry Writing Month is officially over, and along with a feeling of happiness that I completed the challenge, there is also a bit of sadness. Sure, I can write more poetry. I can write poetry every day if I'd like. I'm sad to see the end of NaPoWriMo because it's back to reality for … Continue reading Goodbye NaPoWriMo, Hello May