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May I Have Your Attention…

Hi! I’m creating a new blog. I hope you all will follow me over at that blog. I’ll post links to it here for a while before I stop posting altogether on here. The new page is spellboundscribbler.wordpress.com and please feel free to share it. I just posted my first blog at spellboundscribbler. Come on over and take a look!

Flying through October…

This month has flown by.  I’ve had several writing-related events, finished editing a short story to send out, helped my in-person writing group plan for NaNoWriMo, not to mention all the sewing, crocheting, and hat-making I’ve been doing.  But the month is not over just yet…

 

 

Have you taken time to follow Karina Fabian’s blog tour?  Check here to find out about her new book, Neeta Lyffe 2: I Left My Brains In San Francisco.  I will be interviewing Neeta Lyffe here on October 30.

That time of the year…

Went outside today around noon and it was only 57 degrees.  One of the things I love about October.  The air gets cooler, crisper.  The trees start to turn colors.  I turn another year older.

There is also the Muse Online Writer’s Conference which runs the second week of October.  Always free and always fun and challenging.  I’ve picked out a few workshops to follow that will help with my in-person writing group as well as a couple just for me.  Should make for an interesting week.

Also this month, Karina Fabian is touring a blog near you with her newest release from Damnation Books, Neeta Lyffe 2: I Left My Brains In San Francisco.  I’ll be hosting Karina’s star, Neeta Lyffe, later on this month.  Get the full tour schedule here.  Karina is also looking for a Zombie Idol to sing the theme song.  Details on the singing contest at Karina’s blogspot.

November is fast approaching.  That means NaNoWriMo!  I’ve got a list of prep topics for my local group, Hickory Writer’s Society.  We will have a blast this month trying to make word count.  I still don’t know what I’m writing this year but I can’t wait to get started.

I’ve always liked fall.  I hope this one continues to be as fun as it has started out.  See you soon!