January marked nine years since I started writing. February was 10 years since I quit working for someone else. March means I’ve been married to my awesome man for 23 years (!!). And in May I’ll have been teaching Scrivener for seven years. (April is, apparently, worthless.) Every time these anniversaries roll around, I’m shocked
On October 27th, my blog/website turned six! It started out as The Edited Life—which I thought was oh, so clever until I realized there was a radio show and a book or two by the same name—a place for me to establish a presence online even though I wasn’t yet published. Agents and editors back
For the first time since I started writing, I’m not participating in NaNoWriMo. Not because I doubt the value of it, but because I’m nearing the end of my book and I need to focus on finishing and revising, rather than stressing over daily word count. But that doesn’t mean I can’t remind you of
This week I celebrated my 19th wedding anniversary. I can’t believe it’s been that long since we walked down the aisle, but I’ve been happy about it every day since. There’s a reason I believe in love and happily ever after, and it’s my husband. 🙂
Today is my fifteen year wedding anniversary. I always wonder if I believe in the HEA (happily ever after) so much because I’m living it. When I ponder whether it’s realistic for a H/H to fall in love after a few days, I only have to think back to the first week with my husband.