AtoZ 2017: F is for Finding Dragons

F is for Finding Dragons Next in the April 2017 AtoZ Challenge, join me as I indulge my own work for a moment, even though it’s not quite written yet, and talk about the dragons in my novel Finding Dragons. Since I’m focusing on the dragons in each of this month’s offerings, I’ll talk about the dragons…

Spring Dragons by Mythka — and only two days left until April!

Oh my goodness, I’m feeling the pressure since the April AtoZ Challenge starts on Saturday!  But I’ve still got to get my weekly post out, so I found an artist who undertook a similar challenge.  Please enjoy these really beautiful Spring Colors Dragons by deviantartist Mythka, from her amazing Dragon-A-Day series from last year.  The first above is…

The Painted Sky by Evan Ludes

Catching up means another dragonless weekend day, so here is The Painted Sky by American photographer Evan Ludes, posting as FramedByNature.  The sky looks almost like it’s on fire, don’t you think?  It’s beautiful and a bit unsettling.  You can find more amazing nature photography in Evan’s gallery, go check it out. For now, I’m…

Writing Thoughts: Things are not what they seem…

There is only one plot.  Things are not what they seem. — Jim Thompson When I set out to create these writing thoughts posts each week, I usually peruse a list of quotes by well-known authors and latch on to the first one to really grab my attention that day. Today that is exactly what…

Writing Thoughts: Homework for the rest of your life…

Being a writer is like having homework every night for the rest of your life. — Lawrence Kasdan, screenplay writer and author Kasdan, the screenplay writer of some major motion pictures in the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises among other things, is 100% correct.  Being a writer, and especially a daily blogger, means I’ve signed myself…