http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=omprare-viagra-generico-200-mg-consegna-rapida-a-Venezia July of 2015, there was a car wreck. Nasty rain on the highway, and a few cars in front of us rear-ended each other. I managed to miss the car directly in front of us, but then got slammed into… Continue Readinggo here
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=free-propecia-muscle-strength Recent conversation: “Oh, you’re a writer? Do you have a blog?” I really wanted to answer, “No, I have a book,” but that felt kinda snarky. Instead I explained yes I do, but because of a car accident and hectic… Continue Reading
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=buy-20mg-levitra-super-active-online The TV show My So-Called Life helped my word count. No, really. Here’s a little post I wrote for my home region on the National Novel Writing Month forum. The question was about tips, tricks, or anecdotes to help get to… Continue Reading
http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=vardenafil-contrassegno-senza-ricetta-online-in-italia Last year, in hopes to get some new short fiction written, I attempted something I’d never considered: I wrote using a formula. It didn’t work for me. The idea of writing using a formula is something I’d instinctually balk at.
prezzo viagra generico 50 mg pagamento online a Verona In all the hustle and wait, and hustle and wait of self publishing my YA science fiction novel, I’ve done something a writer should never do. I stopped writing.
canadian levitra how to get generic My mind is somewhere else today. So far, after two hours of “writing,” I’ve managed 154 words on a short story. And I’m pretty sure 81 of them are going to be removed when I revise it.
compro viagra originale online a Parma I’m pretty sure I’m going to adopt this building as the kick in the pants I need to get to work. I’ve been spending a lot of time lately thinking about creating. Musing, dwelling, pondering…all that fun stuff.
discount real cialis no rx The beginnings of stories are usually pretty easy for me. It’s all that other stuff that follows where I get bogged down.