I spotted two hearts in the natural world. The first was a patch of melting ice on concrete. The next was a clump of weedy grass along a walking trail.
In Not Just for Aspiring Authors, on the Pikes Peak Writers blog Writing from the Peak, I discuss the benefits of participating in the month-long creative madness called NaNoWriMo.
National Novel Writing Month – is primarily touted as an exercise to drive aspiring authors to write 50,000 words. Hitting that goal may mean completion of a novel draft for the very first time. At the very least, NaNoWriMo inspires confidence that hitting The End is possible.
But what about the published author?
On every walk through the neighborhood, we see changes in the trees. The colors are beautiful, but warn us that soon the leaves will fall. Our flowers are making a brave last stand before the first frost of the season.
The Garden of the Gods, a city park, began hosting Motorless Mornings in 2018. This popular event involves blocking the roads through the park to motorized vehicles. Pedestrians, bicyclists, roller bladers, and skate boarders share the asphalt roads curving through the hills.
My husband and I enjoyed a peaceful walk. Threatening clouds to the west may have discouraged a larger crowd. We did get sprinkled on, but it was worth risking a soaking to see the stunning views.
My next cozy mystery has a title. I recently completed a novel for the Annie's Museum Mysteries. While writing AMM03, I used my own working title.
Now it's official. DOUBLOON JEOPARDY will appear in the lineup.
This series promises plenty of action and entertainment. The series has not yet been released. I will keep you posted!
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