Hello everyone! Yesterday was my birthday, and I decided to do another casual update like last year since I've been so busy. I started off strong this year, but at one of the conferences I went to, I got behind schedule. With volunteer work on top of that and projects overlapping, it had definitely taken … Continue reading Another year older!
Today's the last push for NaNoWriMo! If you've already made it, congrats! Hitting 50,000 words is a huge deal. I hope you celebrate that accomplishment. If you're close, I believe in you! You can push those words out and reach the mark today. Even if something comes up, you'll find the time to push all … Continue reading Last push!
One day I will flyFar from the chaotic worldToward a beginning Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
I asked the world for a river that knows no bounds. It'd flow through the forest, the desert, and the sea. At night, it'd wander through the sky, passing every star. It wouldn't know when to stop, letting nothing stand in its way. What I got was a stream that can't quite make it down … Continue reading I asked so I made
Back in 2018, I did a post on adverbs that I need to expand on. I talked before about how writers should use adverbs sparingly. But I didn't talk about good vs. bad adverbs. Bad adverbs are like smiled happily. Or fiercely killed them. Or softly whispered. Readers can already tell they’re happy because they’re … Continue reading Good vs. bad adverbs
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. I hope today is a great one. If you don't celebrate this time of year, I hope you have an awesome day too. You deserve it.
Yearning for the dayWe don't have to fight to liveAnd can be ourselves Copyright © Robin LeeAnn Perhaps I'm just waiting for the world to turn upside down. Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
If you missed the first two parts, here's part one and part two. #5 — Making the most of your marketing plans Look at where you can submit your book to win awards. (I suggest the Writer's Market book for this. They list many places you can to submit to. They also come out with … Continue reading How does a book become a book? — part three
Welcome to First Lines Given! If that sentence confuses you, here's a link to where I explain what this is. Today's first line is by Dea Jones! She said: This one could go in many different directions. I decided to take an older approach to it though. Here's the result: A cold Spam sandwich and … Continue reading First lines given – #5
I found this book tag over on My World Of Books blog, and I thought it would be a fun one to do. I hope you enjoy! FAVORITE BOOK(S) OF ALL TIME I have too many books that are my favorites and what I would consider 'a book of all time.' I'll run through a … Continue reading Get To Know Ya Book Tag