I didn’t get as much done as I planned. My daughter had a head cold and I stayed home with her. But I still got in a nice chunk.
Reddy has his big brawl. Peg intended him to lose badly, but he won a “cheap” win. It was good enough. The fight was really involved. I know I’ll likely edit more than half out, but I needed to write it in detail so I could pick out the best parts.
Question of the day:
Snark Theater asked if we were getting outside help. I did got an awesome pep talk from Chris Kennedy a few months ago when I was on the verge of giving up. Maxwell Alexander Drake gave a killer seminar at GenCon that helped my narrative style. Beth Pintel helped me by inviting me as a presenter for GenCon Trade Day. Because of that, I got a free pass into the convention for the week. GenCon is not cheap! I spent all of the days at the Writers Symposium. I went to so many great seminars and learned so much. I also had my first formal critique, which was very inspirational for me. Thank you to everyone else I’ve met in the last year.
I'm a graduate of Ball State University with a degree in School Library Media Services. I've spent the last twenty years with middle grade and young adult books. I've been a bookseller, a school media specialist and a library assistant in the YA department of a public library.
I'm also a public speaker and panelist in gaming and fantasy conventions. For several years, I was a performance artist in San Francisco with the Sick and Twisted players.
I'm currently writing my first full length novel. It's a fantasy with LGTBQ characters.
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