Sam and Priss are super loveable Pod People… more stories for them in the works. Don’t you love Isa’s fairy wings?!! Find it on Amazon with bonus …Isa Loves my Pod People…
Photography Books – Poetry Books Fiction Books – Non-Fiction Books eBooks – Books Check out Edge of Humanity Magazine’s programs and services to …Looking To Promote Your Book?
Check out a nice discussion about fantasy as a genre… or not a genre. What do you think?
Before the month is out- I wanted to say again what a pleasure it was to join this community. And to participate in an author interview. – D. L. Lewellyn
A little introduction: Hi, I’m so glad to meet you all. My pen name is D. L. Lewellyn, but you can call me Darci. I started writing fiction in my 50s…D.L. Lewellyn Author interview
An encouraging snippet on Author Fairs. 💜💜💜
If you ever wondered where the inspiration for Baba Yaga or the witch in Hansel and Gretel came from, odds are they’re based on toks: creepy woods …Unworld Ecology Magic Races: The Toks
Anna Sharples gives us tips here on the use, pros and cons of flashbacks. Enjoy 😊
Enjoy great editing advice packed in a nice small does! 😄💚
Writing a story means deciding what point of view to take. Personally, I prefer singular points of view. It’s easy to keep track of everything that …Writing Multiple POVs
How can I keep Mondays from being the imagination killer? It’s an awful feeling when that first alarm clock of the week goes off, and my pod people (otherwise known as my developing characters as illustrated in my previous blogs), who have been living full lives and acting out full scenes in my mind all weekend, run screaming into the shadows at that annoying claxon, cringing from the harsh light of the “day job.”
My ten-hour shift seems endless until I can return home and try to coax them out again. But they’re usually too traumatized from the violent interruption to their existence.
Every Sunday afternoon, dread for the Monday alarm builds like a weight on my shoulders. My pod people start milling around, searching for their best scenes, which means Sunday afternoons are my best writing day, all of us striving to get the most on the page before the Monday death knell.
Sigh… Enough of that. I’m going to finish my allotted 16 ounces of coffee, engage with the real world for ten hours, work hard, maybe go for a walk before it’s blazing hot, and be grateful for my three-day weekends.