The Best Way to Achieve Goals? Recognise Accomplishments.

What have you accomplished this week? I can tell you that I've finished two books for work, made two medical-related calls, spent a couple hours on a volunteer writing project, read a handful of books, tidied around the house, and cooked dinner a couple of times. Woohoo! I could also tell you what I didn't … Continue reading The Best Way to Achieve Goals? Recognise Accomplishments.

The Pipe Predicament Chapter 3 – A Sci-Fi Mystery Story

Adan leaned forward. “You know something about this?”  Kr’zani’s tail swished lazily. Behind the fierce expression, Adan knew there were rapid calculations running through that brain of his. His nose twitched like he was sniffing the air.  “You’re telling the truth,” Kr’zani said grudgingly.  “Of course I am!” Adan spread his arms and stood to … Continue reading The Pipe Predicament Chapter 3 – A Sci-Fi Mystery Story

Reblog: A Field Of Mines: Publishing Twitter by Path To Publication

Post by L.O. Nobi First of all, I want to start by saying I’m so glad I’ve gotten my blogging mojo back! I hit a serious iceberg on my publishing journey and my creativity ship sank, making me struggle with blogging about this path. Feeling eager now to write this post, made me realize my […]A … Continue reading Reblog: A Field Of Mines: Publishing Twitter by Path To Publication

Save the Cat! and Hero’s Journey and 5 Commandments, Oh My! – Which Story Method Should You Use?

It seems like everyone is coming out with a new method to write stories nowadays. Do a quick search on the web and you'll get millions of results, all telling you that one way is best. Hero's Journey is the tried and true method, focusing on the main character. Save the Cat! is perfect for … Continue reading Save the Cat! and Hero’s Journey and 5 Commandments, Oh My! – Which Story Method Should You Use?

The Pipe Predicament – a Sci-Fi Mystery Story

“Remember what I used to say back on Muapra? Don’t trust nobody.” “But—”“And don’t you say a word about the double negative. It’s a good motto.” Before the argument could continue, Vargi heard the distinct sound of claws scraping against the metal flooring. . . . The Pipe Predicament Chapter 1: The Muapran Disagreement Two years ago, … Continue reading The Pipe Predicament – a Sci-Fi Mystery Story

Reblog: 16 Things I’ve Learned After Self-Publishing 16 Books by Sara Flower Kjeldsen

#1 People aren’t waiting to buy your book. The shock. The horror! 😛 I jest. I think it’s common when you’re first starting out to imagine people are as excited about your books as you are. I remember thinking my books would take off one day (With no real plan other than thinking people would […]16 … Continue reading Reblog: 16 Things I’ve Learned After Self-Publishing 16 Books by Sara Flower Kjeldsen