Author: Kim

Writing Up Wednesday #1

Writing Up Wednesday #1

Posted 25 January 2017 by Kim in Memes / 1 Comment

Writing Up Wednesday is a brand new meme, this one for authors!  It looks like fun, so I thought I would join in. Writing Up Wednesday #1: What are your writing goals for 2017? Where do I start?! Goal 1:  I’m just a few chapters from being done with this round of edits on Kissing Frogs. […]

NaNoWriMo is over!

NaNoWriMo is over!

Posted 1 December 2016 by Kim in NaNoWriMo, WIPS / 0 Comments

And now I can breathe!  It’s been a rough month, so busy I thought my brain might explode.  But as crazy as it was, it was good creatively.  The book I started during NaNoWriMo, only about half completed, was inspired by a cover I bought a while ago.  Midway through NaNoWriMo, I had a spark […]

NaNoWriMo Updates

NaNoWriMo Updates

Posted 8 November 2016 by Kim in NaNoWriMo / 0 Comments

So just over a week into NaNoWriMo and I can say that it’s going pretty well.  I’m about a week ahead of schedule, which gives me a nice cushion in a month with Thanksgiving in it.  I’ve never been one of those writers who is capable of cranking out five or six thousand words in […]

Writing and Planning…

Writing and Planning…

Posted 30 October 2016 by Kim in Writing Process / 0 Comments

I’ve been so busy with rewrites for I Kissed a Frog and working on the first draft of Last Night that it completely slipped my notice that the annual tradition of NaNoWriMo was fast approaching.  So here I sit, two days before it starts, at Green World Coffee on a Sunday morning brainstorming, planning, and doing some story […]

Writing and Editing

Writing and Editing

Posted 17 June 2016 by Kim in WIPS, Writing Process / 0 Comments

Kissing Frogs… My upcoming first release, I Kissed a Frog, is in the hand of two trusted readers.  That is the second draft of the novel and I am looking forward to getting it back and going through their suggestions and notes.  I have been in the world of the book for so long that I […]