Category Archives: charity
Ashamed to say I totally failed my Clarion West write-a-thon goals. Only 22,000 words of my 60,000 word goal. Things got a little… complicated…. Advertisements
Well, this has been a strange day writing-wise. I cut over 2,000 words out of the WiP and put almost 1900 new ones in. It’s taken three days to get the story straightened out and I’m far behind pure word … Continue reading
Well, I think I finally figured out why the new book wasn’t working. I originally started with a single, close third-person POV, but… I need to add information about the other major character that can’t be done in that format. … Continue reading
Bella surveys her domain from the front porch. Also, I haven’t made much progress on my Clarion West Write-a-Thon goals, yet, but I’m hoping to make up for my miserable 200-word performance of yesterday with tonight’s work.
My doodle-y galley and a signed copy of Seawitch are up on the Woldbuilders auction to benefit Heifer International! Go help some folks get a cow!
Pat Rothfuss–a nifty fellow and fellow writer–is wrapping up his Worldbuilders charity drive for Heifer International with an auction post from my friends and partners at the League of Reluctant Adults. Fab swag includes signed books, comics, audio books, and … Continue reading
You guys helped raise $202.50 for relief to Japan through my book auction. THANK YOU! You all rock!