Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
I am in the process of finishing my first romantic novel called 'The Web We Weave'. In the meantime I am also trying my hands on other writings such as poetry, short stories articles and script writing.
Media outlets that I currently write for:
I am currently writng for a magazine on line called 'The Colour of Health'. I also have many articles on Bukisa.com (a writing site)
My writing is:
Fiction, Poetry, Plays, Journalism
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
Services I offer to other writers:
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
My professional associations:
The Writers Bureau.
Writer's Guild of Great Britain
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Welcome to the group Let's Talk About Sex. Feel free to chime in on the discussions or start your own. It's great to hear what others are writing about, so feel free to share what you're working on as well.
I wanted to connect with you and ask for your feedback. I recently did my first on-camera interview for the children's book on child sexual abuse prevention that I wrote, My Body Belongs to Me. Please let me know what you think when you have some time.
Hey - two of us, almost a group! I've only been here a short time but it's led to contacts, conversations and a tiny piece on Julie Mihaly's BoomUnderground eZine for baby boomers, of which I'm one and you plainly aren't as you look far too young! I'm a late starter short fiction writer; judging by your choice of groups, your attention span is much greater and you're in for the long haul!
"It's great to hear how others approach drafting/revising! For my novel I had to begin with a timeline that I transferred onto index cards and pinned to a bulletin board, shifting them around as I progressed. This helped me keep track of time…"
"We also outline soem critical steps toward the ending and the ending. I see it like a director mapping out the scenes, though they may change. Also, I never quite finish a chapter so that I can pick up mid-point, which helps my train of…"
"Jumping in on the jumping ahead to the ending conversation, I do a version of this, which is to outline to the ending after I have about three chapters, so I have an idea where I'm going. I sometimes change directions, but I find it comforting…"