Bob Sanchez will be here tomorrow with a post about finding the time to write. I don't think we ever hear enough about that topic...it ranks right up there with posts about procrastination. I hope you'll join us here tomorrow and see what Bob has to say.
Today's the Last Day to Enter the Incite Denver Contest
For you Coloradoans (or anyone else who knows they'll be in Denver on February 29th), here's the most unique writer's contest ever, and the prize is a chance to get noticed by an agent.
Incite Denver is sponsored by Chiseled in Rock blog. All the details are on a special dedicated Incite Denver page.
A Few Writerly Colorado Friends to Follow on Twitter and/or Facebook
These writers are from Northern Colorado and have recent or upcoming book releases:
Amanda Adams, author of the memoir Heart Warriors. She has a book page on Facebook
Bailey Cates, author of Brownies and Broomsticks. Bailey (aka Cricket McRae) is on Facebook .
Kenneth W. Harmon, author of Ghost Under Foot: The Spirit of Mary Bell. Ken has a book page on Facebook and has recently joined in the Twitter fun.
Tom Piccirilli, author of The Last Kind Words. Tom is on Facebook and Twitter.
Patricia Walker, author of the memoir Dance of the Electric Hummingbird. She is on Twitter and has a book page on Facebook.
Launching "60 Days to Finish the NaNoWriMo Novel"
Beginning today and ending no later than March 31st, I plan to finish the first draft of the suspense novel begun in November for NaNoWriMo. I'm over 51,000 words into the book, so giving myself two months should be more than enough time.
And I must finish before starting the A to Z April Blog Challenge.
I'm reading Mad Mouse by Chris Grabenstein. One of the things I'm enjoying about this mystery series is that it's known as the John Ceepak series, but the stories are told from the point of view of another character. It's a different way of doing things, and that may be exactly what makes Chris such an interesting writer.
The weather is too warm. My brain has come down with spring fever. Thank goodness we should have a couple of days of cold and snow this week to get my seasonal clock back in sync with the calendar.
I want to go to a movie really bad, and it seems like all the good ones have hit the theaters at the same time. I think One for the Money will win out though.
I'm out of things to say...for now.