Writerly Things…8/13/17 Traci Kenworth Last Friday, a tornado came through our town. It dropped trees everywhere. It also tore the electrical box and phone box off the side of our house. The storm hit so fast there was no time to prepare. I heard a big boom in the front and back of my […]
Writerly Things…7/30/17 Traci Kenworth So, narrowing down my choices for YA mentor. There were originally 73, I think. I’m down to eleven which is pretty good imo, lol. I’m following the eleven on twitter and watching to see what interest them further, clues to help me whittle them down to the four we’re allowed. […]
Writerly Things…7/23/17 Traci Kenworth I’m about midway through TA right now and I’m editing MF for Pitchwars over on Brenda Drake’s website. Yes, Pitchwars. I’ve decided to enter this year. I don’t know if I’ll be chosen or not but it would be an awesome opportunity to work with mentees and possibly catch an […]
Hello, everyone!! I finished my edits and am officially entering the querying stage as of this morning!! While I avoid checking my email every second, please take a look at the cover reveals of one of my favorite authors as well as one of my critique partners, Rebekah L. Purdy: Today Rebekah Purdy and Entangled […]
A smile. An encouraging word. A thoughtful gesture. Each day people interact with us, help, and make our day a bit brighter and full. This is especially true in the Writing Community. Take a second to think about writers you know, like the critique partner who works with you to improve your manuscript. The writing […]
Jenn Fischetto is in first place. Melody is in second place. And C.B. Wentworth in third. Rebekah needs your email address to get in contact with you. If you’d like you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over on Rach Writes today, she challenged us to write a 200 word sample that began with the words, “Shadows crept across the wall,” included the word orange, and ended with “Everything faded.” Here’s what I came up with. It is a glimpse of a creature I’ve been perfecting in my stories for a while. […]