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Packing My Bags And Heading To Dorothy’s ;o)

Hi ya!
Just peeking in for a quick post!

The uber-fab Dorothy interviewed me on her super-fantasmic blog! She’s super sweet and a great tweep. We’ve been twitter pals for a while now.

On her blog, among other awesome things, she interviews aspiring authors, and she picked me! I know. I don’t get it either… Kidding. I know. More positivity, Erica. Anyhoo, you can check it out Here ;o) There’s lots of great stuff on her blog, so stay a while and make yourself comfortable.

You can find her on twitter too –> @DorothyDreyer

Things are good on my end, got my contacts back! Yay. I’m also starting guitar lessons on Tuesday!

Oh, look for an interview post soon, with an aspiring writer-friend who just landed herself one of them there agents ;o)

Anything new to share? What have I missed? Don’t forget to register for the fab online writer’s conference writeoncon!

Have a great rest of the week everyone!!

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Long Time No Blog


I hope everyone had a great Labor Day!

I signed up for NanoWriMo… for the non-writers- it stands for National Novel Writing Month. (Love that pic over there) It takes place in November. Basically, you have the month of November to get 50,000 words. Those who do, get kudos and accolades, and a lot of words to work with. This will be my first attempt at this and I’m excited.
I’ve been twittering a lot lately with my #writegoal. So far, I’m at almost 17,000 words in my new WIP, Devil’s in the Details (working title, of course). It’s going well. I feel better with this MS than the last one. I plan on going back to the other story when this first draft is complete.
I’ll give you a quick synopsis… in case you were wondering (it’s not very good, but thought I would give it a try.)
Ella Johnson sold her soul to the devil for a lousy fifty cents, and she’s beginning to regret it. Her job in Hell is to nab souls and when she’s assigned to nab her own son, her real loyalty is tested. She’s given a new partner, an angel spy from heaven, who creates tension for the inhabitants of Hell. Will good win over evil, or will her son pay the ultimate price?
Okay. I know. It’s still in a very rough stage, but it felt good to get something out there.
What are you all working on right now? Anyone sign up for NanoWriMo this year?

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