“Begin each day from the last sentence you wrote the preceding day. This prevents those cringing feelings, and means that you have a substantial body of work before you get down to the real work which is all in editing.” — Will Self
Nanowrimo: Day 6 Keeping the momentum going. And today there’s a bonus. A wedding. A real live, real life one. And it was beautiful and heartfelt and joyful. Ah, the romantic in me sighs.
The background photo – a pretty rhododendron while on our walk.
Love Love is one of my favorite words. Wear the garment of love because it goes with everything else you wear.
Love is the answer to so many questions, even the big ones like world peace and caring for our environment.
Todays quote is the essence of every successful love story.
Quote for Today “I saw that you were perfect and I loved you. Then I saw that you were not perfect and I loved you even more.” – Angelita Lim
Meditation “Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. … Love never ends.”
Writing Today Exploring brother – sister relationships, one I never had the privilege of having.
Nanowrimo is digital for the second year in a row. Prior to that, writing groups met locally.
I’m still a baby learning to walk, but today I feel a little bit grown up.
Judy L Mohr of Black Wolf Editorial Services invited me to write a guest blog post for her.
Here’s the blog post for you to check it out at Black Wolf Editorial Services.
I’d discovered, after submitting my book to my editor, Iola Goulton of Christian Editing Services that I’d been writing Women’s Fiction instead of Romance. How do you know the difference?
Both these ladies are generous in the help for new writers. While you’re visiting their sites, check out the generous free information for authors. If you’re like me, there’s still so much to learn and so much help out there for budding authors.
My head is down and seated in front of my laptop every morning for sprints to get my next novel written. My characters aren’t behaving and it’s looking like a novella. Will see how it goes.