November is NaNoWriMo

November is NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, It’s a challenge to all authors to write 1,667 words a day, equaling 50,000 words by the end of the month. That’s not a novel.… Continue reading

Nice Weather

After several days of chilly weather, a good part of USA and Canada warmed up for a nice weekend. On Saturday, a friend and I took a walk in a nearby park where… Continue reading

First Winter Walk

I know it’s not winter yet, but it should be. This morning was sunny, windy and 35F. A prefect day to put on my winter coat and go for a walk around the… Continue reading

My New Office Continued

After almost a month limiting my time on the computer, I’m feeling amazing better. I’ve lost a few pounds, my blood sugar is lower, and I sleep better at night. I plan to… Continue reading

My New Office

I’ve been recovering from Adrenal Fatigue seemingly forever. I’ve changed my lifestyle, got rid of stress, do easy exercises, eat healthy, and yet, I’ve not been able to conquer it. Last week, I… Continue reading

How to Sleep Better at Night?

This post was inspired by Gottfried and his lack of sleep. I mentioned magnesium and he wanted an explanation, which got a bit long for a regular comment, therefore, I’m posting it here… Continue reading

Who is Krunkie?

I’ve been posting about writing a 6-book fantasy series, but I have not told you about Krunkie. For now the title of the series is Krunkie and the Last Dragon Eggs. There are… Continue reading

I Lost it All

I lost everything. Well, maybe not everything, but it sure felt like it. I had two folders on my computer desktop with several files of notes and plot outlines of my 6 book… Continue reading

My Time at the Gym

I’ve been spending three hours a day at the gym. Don’t be too impressed. My apartment is on the top floor of my building. For the last four days, I’ve been awakened by… Continue reading

When Best to World-Build

In my last few posts, I’ve written about my next book series and how I’m writing the plots before I start working on individual books. A blog friend, Crispina Kemp, and author of… Continue reading

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