Tag Archives: finishing what I started

New Year, Old Project: The Cookbook Update

Hello, and Happy New Year, interwebs!  I decided to take last week off from blogging–from the internet in general, actually–which is why there were no postings last week.  I probably should have announced it in advance, but it was a … Continue reading

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Working Through The Rough Bits; or, What To Do When The Words Just Won’t Come Out

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) I’ve been plugging slowly, stolidly away on my current WIP, working title “Fairies Living At The Bottom Of The Garden.” But it’s going slowly. Very slowly. I know why it’s going slowly: … Continue reading

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Doing The (Head) Hop; or, Whose Line Is It, Anyway?

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) (Sigh. This is actually last week’s entry. This week’s entry is still to come.) Yesterday, I got out one of my older works-in-progress, a Regency romance that I started way back when … Continue reading

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In The Home Stretch; or Are We There Yet?

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot)   (I know, I know. This is actually last Thursday’s posting, running a little late again. I’ll try to do tomorrow’s on time…) So here I am, closing in on the end … Continue reading

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The End; or Finish What You Started

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) Last Saturday, I completed the first draft of my work in progress, The Daughters of August Winterbourne. It’s always a strange feeling for me, finishing a book. For some reason, the endings … Continue reading

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