Goodreads Blog Post: 9 Tips for Squeezing More Reading Time Out of Your Day

via Goodreads Blog Post: 9 Tips for Squeezing More Reading Time Out of Your Day I found this short list while on Goodreads.com, and I must say that this list will help not just me in particular, but ANYONE who wants to finish 2016 with a BAND. (Especially when it comes to reading books.)   All I can say is that if you follow these … Continue reading Goodreads Blog Post: 9 Tips for Squeezing More Reading Time Out of Your Day

JuNoWriMo, Day 5

Now we get to the part of the story where I seemed to have abandoned everything. In the original story, Jennifer’s younger brother Addison is attempting to recreate a fake World War 2 battle when he notices Jennifer and scolds her for being cruel to a random student. Jennifer accuses him of being a Lisa Brooks wannabe and decides to “seek her own company“. Pretty … Continue reading JuNoWriMo, Day 5

Strong Female Characters, Part V

With NaNoWriMo just around the corner, I think that I will have to be putting this segment on hold until it’s over. But before I do, I will have to say this: I will be doing an experiment on a very poorly developed female character as opposed to the “strong” female characters that we have seen as of late. Hopefully, this little experiment will teach … Continue reading Strong Female Characters, Part V

Book Editing, Day 12

After that emotional day of writing Chapter 21 of my 2011 NaNoWriMo Novel, “Life, Sin, & Blood“, I can safely say that that chapter is done and I’m going to be writing Chapter 22. I bet that within a few days of writing and editing, the novel will be sent to Smashwords for publication. Anyway, I’m going to be editing my 2010 NaNoWriMo novel, Harry … Continue reading Book Editing, Day 12

DailyLit and Reading the Classics

As part of my goal to read more books in 2014, I sighted up for a website called DailyLit, a site where they deliver a classic book of your choosing to your email. So far, I’ve been reading “Anne of Green Gables” and “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland“. There will be others, as I will be finding more books to read as the year goes on. … Continue reading DailyLit and Reading the Classics

Final NaNoWriMo 2013 Update!

As the title of the blog post implies, This is the final NaNoWriMo update for the year. Yesterday, I managed to complete 50,397 words of my NaNoWriMo novel, Janette Lennox. But despite the accomplishments I made in completing the challenge, I know that I still have four more chapters to write before I’m finished with the story. Plus, I have some editing to do as … Continue reading Final NaNoWriMo 2013 Update!