Posts Categorized: Writing Ruminations

SEE YOU NEXT YEAR

Well, it seems that the “in” thing to do is create a reflective post about the year that is about to end… and while I’ve never been part of the “in” crowd… I figured, why not? 2013 was a pretty good year, all things considered. -I finished editing Second Son (and am hoping to hear… Read more »

THE LIFE OF AN AUTHOR

You know you’re an author when: 1. Conversations like this happen: The other day, I was chatting with a friend about my book because she had just downloaded it. She had asked about outlining or something and I was telling her that I wrote the first book without much of an outline, but that it… Read more »

HOMONYMS, HOMOPHONES, AND MORE!

Most of you are probably familiar with what a “homonym” is: two words which share the same spelling and the same pronunciation, but have different meanings. e.g. Well, he was feeling ill after he fell into the well, but now that he’s had a few days to recover, he’s feeling quite well again. Homophones, however,… Read more »