Many of us are engaged in the annual National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) challenge at the moment – the one where a bunch of nutjobs like myself commit themselves to writing fifty thousand words in thirty days. This is my seventh NaNoWriMo, and I have to say, though it isn’t for everyone, I find this… Continue reading Now’s the time to add the pad!
Look for these books by our members in September and October. Broken Gates (The P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy #2) by D.T. Dyllin Release date: September 14, 2015 Genre: Mature YA/Paranormal Romance P.J. Stone’s heart was claimed, but war has a way of changing things… Alien Riders are trying to overrun the world. Death and destruction… Continue reading DSRA Releases
I started a new manuscript this week. Some authors get really excited about a new start. I’m not one of them. It isn’t that I don’t know what to write—the synopsis is detailed, the story already sold. The opening scenes are clear in my head. I just…I always feel like I don’t know my characters… Continue reading Mags for President of the Procrastination Nation
Look for these books by our members in August and September. Hidden Gates (The P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy #1) by D.T. Dyllin Release date: August 31, 2015 Genre: Mature YA/Paranormal Romance P.J. Stone was taught to put duty before her heart. But everything changes with a kiss… As a Seer, P.J. is expected to choose… Continue reading DSRA Releases
I just returned from my second-ever RWA national conference. This year, the conference in fabulous New York City. The last I attended was in 2010 at Walt Disney World in Orlando. Yep, two conferences, five years apart, but both experience were incredible. And very different. I thought I’d take a minute to do a little… Continue reading A Tale of Two Conferences by Margaret Ethridge/Maggie Wells
I’m sorry I don’t have a more zippy post to share with you this month. You see, a couple weeks ago, my publisher gave the verbal green light on books 2 & 3 in a proposed series. Yay! Then he hit me with a deadline that made me flinch just the teensiest bit. Now, I’m… Continue reading Mags vs. the panic attack
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife – Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice (1813). It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. – Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities (1859). Mr. and Mrs. Dursley… Continue reading What’s your line? Play a game with Mags!