It’s so hard to believe 2019 is only two days away!
This year has been a major roller coaster, to say the least. Starting in February with an enormous shake-up (that’s honestly still ongoing) at my workplace, my attention has been thoroughly divided. I’ve had to commit more to new roles at work while also trying to invest myself wholeheartedly in writing.
One thing I love to do at the end of every year is assess what I did and build my goals from there. So if you’re interested in finding out what progress looked like in Renee-land in 2018, and what I’m determined to do in 2019, read on!
Continue reading “2018 Recap + 2019 Goals”
I am..ridiculously excited for the existence of this post. Some weeks ago, I wrote a blog talking about how I’ve really embraced fantasy as my niche genre. Along the same lines, I was joking with my brother recently that my current WIP, while having no real “magic” makes me wants to have a magic sword! Why? Just because I LOVE. SWORDS. I love how they look, how they function… and how my characters look and sound when they wield them! 😉 Unfortunately, I know many times I’ve misrepresented swordsmanship in my stories due to a lack of knowledge about blades … Continue reading A Course in Weapons for Writers – PART 2: Blades & Blunts Weapons – by M. C. Torrent (Aka Chief)
After weeks of wrestling to understand IngramSpark and KDP, and with the extremely valuable help of a good friend who’s gone through this gauntlet before, I’ve finally launched preorders for The Chaos Circus! Preorder from Barnes & Noble | Preorder … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: Preorders are LIVE!
Originally posted on Cabin in the Woods:
There are lots of pros and cons to whichever path of publishing you choose to pursue, and I covered a few of them on my own blog in a post that CITW shared… Continue reading Prioritizing When You Are Your Own Publishing House – by Renee Dugan
One of the big advantages of editing a bunch of my stories back to back is the ability to see what my recurring elements are – personal favorite scenarios that show up again and again in my stories.
Continue reading “Amnesia, Ballroom Dances and Other Recurring Elements”