Nanowrimo: now for the actual writing part…

"Jenna," you might say, "you've been a published author for seven years, surely you have some insight and wisdom to share!" ...ah. Not really. The only thing I know for sure is how little I know. I'm constantly looking for new plotting methods and new ways to make my characters interesting, and I still feel… Continue reading Nanowrimo: now for the actual writing part…

Nanowrimo prep: choosing a plot

I have a dilemma. I am torn between two plots. Both are within my genre, the m/m romance. Story A, I think will be more of the New Adult variety--I may even try first person POV!--Story B is about concerns of an older generation, like failed marriages and starting over. Both started out as anthology… Continue reading Nanowrimo prep: choosing a plot

NaNoWrimoPrep: Plotting tools

I got an iPad about a year and a half ago, and it's slowly become my primary writing tool instead of my trusty laptop, mainly due to its portability and the many programs available for writing and plotting. (App, program, same thing. I'm old school.) I've tried a lot of different programs to find the… Continue reading NaNoWrimoPrep: Plotting tools

NEW Eternally Dark: “Aubade”

Jory loves the night. You meet the most interesting people after the sun goes down. But when a new man approaches Jory at a poetry slam, Jory's love of the night may be his downfall -- or introduce him to an entirely new sort of night life. Jory Garcia is a slam poet who hasn't… Continue reading NEW Eternally Dark: “Aubade”