Every book has a beginning. This is WINTERSONG’s.
We all have influences in our work, little drops of inspiration we collect throughout our lifetimes that seep onto the pages of what we write. Last month, I discussed Labyrinth, its themes and takeaways, as well as a little bit of how it influenced Wintersong. This month I will be examining one of the other greatest influences on my book: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Welp, so after a refreshing vacation, I completely and utterly fell off the blogging bandwagon. Oops.
After a much need vacation, I am refreshed and ready to go!
Welcome back to PubCrawl Podcast, a round-up of episodes recorded for the month of May.
This month, I am starting a series of inspiration posts for Wintersong Wednesday, and today I will be examining the greatest and most obvious influence: Jim Henson’s last and arguably least successful movie, Labyrinth.
Welcome back to Writing Wednesday, a biweekly feature where I try to troubleshoot an aspect of writing. This week I will be covering FIRST PASS PAGES.
Only footprints remained in the frozen mud, great padded paws and the haunting imprint of one, tiny, perfect human foot.
Welcome back to Writing Wednesday, a biweekly feature where I try to troubleshoot an aspect of writing. This week I will be covering COPYEDITS.
Welcome to TBR Tuesday, where I tell you what is on my TBR for the month of May!
Welcome back to PubCrawl Podcast, a round-up of episodes recorded for the month of April.