Today I’m joining the folks over at the Weekly Writing Challenge and doing a year-end wrap up piece as my blog post today. While technically, there are two full weeks before the year is over, I’m guessing these folks over at The Daily Post aren’t taking any chances with that whole apocalypse thing. Or maybe … Continue reading
Category Archives: The World In Six
The Semi-Annual Blog Post
Originally posted on The World in Six… So, it’s been nine months since I last posted to this website. You’re probably thinking, “Why, that’s enough time to have a baby!’ No. I did not have a baby. What I did do was finish my very first novel. It’s 61,000 words, and I am currently shopping for … Continue reading
Where Did The Time Go?
I recently came across an amazingly well written blog (note: Chuck curses like a sailor, which I find really amusing but some may not) that admonished writers not to do 25 acts of self-sabotage. Out of those 25, I was guilty of roughly, well, 22. Among the more blatant sabotaging efforts in which I engage … Continue reading
The Highs And Lows Of My New Home
For anyone keeping track (is there anyone keeping track?), I am not homeless! A mere 36 hours before the move-in, we got the Certificate of Occupancy, and I was able to get into my new place on schedule. As with any new home, there are quirks. However, because this is new construction that was rushed … Continue reading
Irene… You Blow!
As I drink instant coffee (yea, Nescafe) from a borrowed cup in a borrowed apartment on 151st Street in Manhattan, I am drawn back into the blogosphere to talk about the weather. After following the directive (Mayor Bloomberg, stirring up panic in order to boost his media sales, no doubt) to evacuate my “Zone A” … Continue reading
Moving Time… The Stress Of Doing What’s Right
I have been absent for nearly three weeks owing to a lot of activity in my life. I know that’s a poor excuse for a blogger, but what I beg you to realize is that I write an average of 10,000 words each week. While this may not seem like a tremendous amount of activity, … Continue reading