My work is snapping and sizzling. Lots of deep emotions and a complex plot are brewing for TDLI.
There once was a prologue, but now it’s axed. I loved that prologue. I could see it all so clearly in my mind. It was short–only 4 pages, but Valerie and the Inkplotters (sounds like a groovy band 😉 ) said it had to go. My head agrees, but my heart still yearns for it. Continue reading
I so look forward to my bi-monthly Inkplots critique meetings. Our members arrive at McAlister’s Deli with ten pages each of our current wip (work-in-progress). We order our food, and then eat while discussing whatever’s going on in the industry, or those things occurring in our lives that affect our writing.
Inkplotters at the 2008 Southern Lights Conference, Jacksonville, Florida — with Charlee Allden and Jeanne VanArsdall (standing); L-R sitting – Lee Roland, Abigail Sharpe, Lis’Anne Harris, & Janie Dean.
Last night’s meeting was great. I’m in the midst of working on a medieval fantasy romance. Continue reading