Notes from the Field: December 4 2017

If anyone can tell me how I went from thinking, “One day, I might write a book,” to being on my fifth manuscript in seven months, that would be great.

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If anyone can tell me how I went from thinking, “One day, I might write a book,” to being on my fifth manuscript in seven months, that would be great.

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Notes from the Field: November 27 2017

The month is coming to a close… here’s what’s happening.

The month is coming to a close… here’s what’s happening:

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Book Update: Initial Draft Finished!

The end of the book kept eluding me, but at 1:00 AM today I typed the last sentence of the initial draft of Crossed Out: An Ana Lode Thriller.

The end of the book kept eluding me, but at 1:00 AM today I typed the last sentence of the initial draft of Crossed Out: An Ana Lode Thriller. I must be maturing as a writer, because I didn’t bawl my head off when I finished.
Instead, I had a warm feeling of accomplishment. Progress!

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Crossed Out: Cover Mockup V2, Rev1

Yes? No? I’d very much appreciate any feedback anyone cares to give.

So!

After some persistent sleuthing I found the source image for the first image that ever caught my eye on Google Images, and as it happens, it’s okay to use commercially under the terms of Creative Commons 2 (or 4, depending on whom you believe). Thus, I can tell you the photo comes by way of the Republic of (South) Korea Defense Media Agency.

Here is my revised book cover mockup for Crossed Out: An Ana Lode Thriller:

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Notes from the Field: November 20 2017

Time for another installment of the weekly report that quantifies how it’s hanging, bro.

Time for another installment of the weekly report that quantifies how it’s hanging, bro:

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