Writerly Things 4/6/2020: Writing & Confinement Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 4/6/2020: Confinement and the Writer Traci Kenworth We spend so much time practicing our craft, when we look up days could’ve gone by. If we’re not interacting with a spouse or kids even longer. So why is the confinement to our homes bothering us so much? When We’re Forced to do Something. Put […]

Book Talk 3/27/2020: Additions to YA Traci Kenworth


Book Talk 3/27/2020: Additions to What I’m Reading in YA Traci Kenworth Hood by Jenny Elder Moke. I know, a short, short list of additions. I’ve got so many in the rotation right now, trying to keep up. How are things for you at home? Safe, I hope. We are hanging in there. Watching the […]

Writerly Things 3/23/2020: A Glimpse of the Normal Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 3/23/2020: A Glimpse of the Normal Traci Kenworth Today, while out and about, I caught a glimpse of the normal. At least, what normal used to be. People being sensible with their grocery shopping. Their carts not overflowed. Their attitudes not belligerent and cross. They seemed as though they were hitting their stride […]

Writerly Things 03/06/2020: Keeping it Realistic Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 11/25/19: Realistic Expectations Traci Kenworth How realistic do you expect your movies and stories to be? Hit by a Car. Fatal? Depends on the speed. I remember one lady that got hit by a car in the parking lot at work and still had to finish her day at work. Granted, the vehicle […]

Writerly Ways 3/3/2020: Making Excuses Not to Try Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 1/13/20: Making Excuses Not to Try Traci Kenworth Are You Where You Want to Be? Have you reached all your goals? Is there still one more or a few to go? For years now, I’ve strived to be published. It wasn’t my time, I know. There was still a lot to learn. What […]

Writerly Things 3/1/2020: How YA Authors Influenced My Writing Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 3/2/2020: How YA Authors Influenced My Writing Traci Kenworth Have you ever wondered how you came to write in a certain genre, or age group? The following is how I came to start writing YA. Pull up a chair and listen. The first Author I can Recall Reading. When I was growing up […]