Writerly Things 12/16/19: Goals for New Year with YA Traci Kenworth Have you set goals for the new year yet? I find them a helpful guide throughout the journey. Editing: I’m editing two YA books at the moment. One has to do with biblical times around the year David was king. The second is set […]
Book Talk 12/13/19: List of Books Read This Year Traci Kenworth Books I Read in 2019 Traci Kenworth Days of Blood & Starlight by Laini Taylor # 1 so far YA Fantasy Experimental Film by Gemma Files Katie’s Highlander by Maeve Grayson #1 so far Historical Romance Slayer by Kiersten White #1 YA horror Closing […]
Five Links 11/9/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2019/11/stretch-your-style.html “Not every writer is interested in style. If they can write lean, mean plots that move, with interesting characters and a satisfying ending, that’s enough. They’d rather write fast and turn out more work than spend extra time trying to find the “right” words. Isaac Asimov was such a […]
Sorry for the pic, lol. Short notice to find something else. Just wanted to say I’ve been published by The Fringe Magazine! It’ll be online at first then considered for print. Here’s the link: http://thefringemagazine.blogspot.com/ It’s a suspense/thriller short story.
woman fantasy Seven Links 3/30/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2019/03/you-cant-please-everyone.html “Back in California, Nelson holed up in his music room, and three weeks later came up with a song about his experience. “Garden Party” appeared in 1972 and reached number six on Billboard’s list. It was Nelson’s last hit song. He died in a plane crash in […]
Arabian horses Writerly Things 3/18/19 Traci Kenworth I’m having some issues with my electric. Had the electrician come out and it’s going to cost $1500.00 as the main breaker is fried. It happened during the storm a few nights ago but I don’t know if the insurance will pay anything on it as nothing fell […]
book landscape Seven Links 3 16/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2019/03/one-of-the-joys-of-indie-publishing.html “We are well into the second decade of the self-publishing (now more preferably termed indie-publishing) movement. The flame wars of the early years (“Death to traditional publishing!” “Oh yeah? Self publish and you’ll ruin your career!”) have been replaced by the calm ruminations of business-minded […]