Apologies – Continued

So, I do not have bronchitis! I have pneumonia. I’ll be going another night without a blog post, but I’ll try to get one written tomorrow morning to make up for it.

You all have a lovely evening!



Guys, I hate to say it, but I am just not going to be able to make a post today. That upper respiratory thing feels like it’s turned into bronchitis, and between coughing myself awake all last night and running a fever, I don’t have the energy to get a post out. I’ll do my best on Friday, but we’ll have to see.

In other general news, I did get Burner back from the editor, so I’ll be working on getting that tuned pretty heavily over the next couple of days. It’s super exciting to be so close to a finished product that I cannot wait to share with you all.

Take care, and I’ll see you on Friday.


Goal Setting – Making the Overwhelming Manageable

I’ll admit that this post is probably a little off-center for the message of this blog, but learning how to set reasonable goals is one of the few ways I’m able to stay on top of my work. If you’ve never worked on goal setting before, this will be a very basic primer for you. If you’re more familiar with setting goals, treat this as a refresher.

Advice, Characters, Writing

Character Voice

I swear there’s something about this time of the year that always ends up with me catching some kind of upper respiratory thing. I’ve got some kind of fever thing going on right now, so no promises that this is going to be a phenomenal blog post. That being said, I’m going to continue my series on character creation, focusing on how to find and keep your character voice consistent.