Category Archives: Monet’s Blog
Rain, sleet, snow, and now freezing rain, but thankfully we still have electricity. Day three of winter storm Pax. We usually have genteel snows here in South Carolina; in and out in three days. This is getting ridiculous.
We got a nice snowfall here in Elgin SC, last night. That means school, business, and everything else is cancelled. Good day for writing.
Encouraging! A fellow author shared that he had finished CAPTIVE YOUTH. Good book, wild ride and fascinating were his comments. I’ve also received several requests for its sequel. I hope to have it ready by late 2014. http://www.amazon.com/Captive-Youth-Trace-Trilogy-Monet-ebook/dp/B00GMPBEVQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1388087267&sr=8-1&keywords=captive+youth
After two months of activity, I finally have more than 2000 followers on Twitter.
I plan to attend a book signing for Captive Youth in the main library, Columbia, SC this Saturday, 12/07/13. Hope to see you there. http://www.richlandlibrary.com/event/local-author-showcase
Today, I wrote nothing, except a twitter and Facebook posting, neither of which count. I’m waiting for comments from my beta readers before final editing and publication of Captive Youth.
01/02/2013 When Amazon reduced the price of a Kindle Fire to $129 after Thanksgiving, I felt I had to act. I purchased one and really like it. An unadvertised feature has proven to be my favorite. Whenever I write a … Continue reading
I like being alone and unbothered, except when I don’t I often ask peculiar questions I love to observe nature and wildlife I find names, particularly unique spellings, interesting I spend lots of time staring at computer screens, walls, and … Continue reading
Last night in our writers’ workshop, we heard and critiqued four extended readings. We discussed head hopping, filtering, and show-don’t-tell. Our extended discussion concerned “being true to your reader.” Considering the common speaking style of most Southerners, do we do … Continue reading