"Story of Our Days: possible memior or biography of a family. It would depend on the back blurb, what it offers me, the cover would also make me wonder...would it be dark or something on the lighter side. On my bookcase, I realize my books are…"
"Sorry to have been absent for so long; as everyone knows, life sometimes takes precedence over writing. I’m looking forward to going to Killer Nashville next weekend. I need to spend time with sane and reasonable writers. Good conferences and…"
"My vacations are working vacations this summer. I plan to use my time off going to writer's conferences, writers workshops and hopefully one retreat.
My day job is stressing and then add taking care of my grandmother and my parents, getting…"
"Hi Carrie, Welcome to She Writes. You will find many kindred spirits here. As for face to face time, check out your libraries, bookstores and local writing groups of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, Romance Writers of America and…"
"I'm agreeing with Kelley's and Cara's comments. Check out Preditors and Editors to see if there are any complaints on this publishing house. I can't reinerate enough to check to see who else published with them and if…"
A recent writer's/reader's group discussed this very thing. Several newly published authors were talking about what they wish they had known several things, when it came to being published. I'm going to forward this to…"
"I attend at least two conferences a year. I share costs with a fellow author or two. Gas, hotel and driving. I attend Killer Nashville in August with another author. I have pitched to several editor, agents and publishers at this conference. It has…"
"I have an advantage over a lot of writers. I'm the single cat lady in my family. I use writing as a stress reliever after taking care of my 96 year old grandmother (dementia is fun and can be funny-please don't think I'm being mean- I…"
"Generally, I try to write 2-3 hours every day. On a good day I can get up to 5 or 6 hours. It may be in short stolen increments, but I write everyday. I'm not the fastest writer, which is part of the reason I try to write as much as I can.…"
"Hi Ladies, I jumped out of the frying pan into the Camp Nano fire. I'm listed under MysKat01. I'm writing paranormal mystery. I'm not sure if it will be the cozy or the darker mystery. I've completed NaNo in November several…"
"This is a great post. For the last year or more, Sunny Fraiser has been saying the same thing. The Posse has taken it to heart and has worked hard to promote themselves and each other. If you're not ready to promote, then don't waste…"
"My first conference was several years ago. I was so shy, I couldn't speak to anyone (that was the norm for me at the time). I traveled alone and attended by myself. An attendee, a old timer, took me under her wing. She guided me through the…"
My name is Kat. I have been telling and writing stories since I was four years old and the captive student of my older brothers and sister. I found that reading and writing was a great escape for a very shy girl and relief from a troubled life. I have a website that is a work in progress: Katherine.e.hinkson.com
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Welcome to She Writes - and glad to have you in the novelist group, Katherine! You might introduce yourself by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion if you're not too uncomfortable talking about what you're working on.
We do a live chat every Wednesday at 1EST; instructions on how to participate are in the "Our Water Cooler Wednesdays" box near the top of the group page. Hope you can join us for that.
It’s called the Knee Defender. But I prefer to think of it as the Schmuck Identifier. It was dreamed up by a tall man who was tired of getting his knees slammed whenever the person seated in front of him on an airplane reclined. So he designed a…See More