December 10, 2019
For a while now, I’ve become increasingly interested in historical mysteries, beyond the alleged Roswell crash in 1947. The History Channel created a page-a-day calendar with a new unknown or puzzling historical mystery for each day. I’ve been saving the ones I find most interesting for story ideas. For Hanukkah, my aunt gave me The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote by Eileen Weiss Read more […]
November 15, 2019
This year my goal for NaNo is to add 30K more words to my current WIP. Why not 50K? Even though I’m writing faster each year, 1100-1400 words/day is usually my average. Before I tried the National Novel Writing Month though, 300 words/day was my average (which is why, among other reasons, it took me 2 years to finish my first novel). Again this year, I’m working with two 8th grade classes as Read more […]
October is Conference Season!
October 28, 2019
One of my favorite parts about being a writer is sitting on panels with other writers at cons. One of my other favorite parts is working with teachers. The last week of October, I participated in three conferences in five days. Whew! Mile Hi Con – Friday (Denver) PPIRA – Saturday (Colorado Springs) Mile Hi Con – Sunday day (Denver) CAGT Sunday night, Monday, and Tuesday (Ft. Collins/Loveland) What Read more […]