That's unkind of me. She's a lovely kitty. She is just very refined. She prefers to point out the mouse to me and let me handle the messy end of things. But now, after seeing her beautiful glossy magazine debut, she's gonna be impossible to live with! It's all about the life of a writing… Continue reading My Cat Was a Diva Before…
In the vein of blogging and stretching the topic to encompass that which I write (Southern Gothic Cozy Mysteries) and setting a weekly goal toward completing my pandemic project of converting my garden variety (pun intended) shed into a writing studio, I’m back again this Friday with the near-completion of the fourth side of the… Continue reading Cozy Southern Mystery: What’s Behind Curtain Number 3?
Every writer needs a muse. And this is my muse. Or is my cat a familiar? Today, I’m talking about the difference between a familiar and a muse, but mostly, it’s an excuse to finish up a little project that’s been underway in the Word Crone Cottage: The installation of a cat door that will… Continue reading Familiars or Muses?
If you know a writer, there’s probably a cup of coffee nearby. I take mine with cream, two sugars, and a couple of friends. My day always goes – breakfast, at the keyboard in the Word Crone Cottage by 9 a.m., writing. Lunch. Then after meeting my word count, I switch gears to work on… Continue reading Cream, Two Sugars, and a Couple of Friends