I was looking around the blogosphere this morning and saw a blog post by one of my favorite historical fiction authors Elizabeth Chadwick, with a huge list of her mountain of research books.Go check it out here.So I decided to take a few pictures of my molehill of research books, which I've acquired for a … Continue reading My Collection of Research Books
In January, when my friends Nali, Jess, and I went to BroadwayCon, there was a new Broadway preview thing, which was dangerous because you sing me a showtune and I get hooked and then there's money pouring out of my wallet because I want to see the shows. Hearing Laura Osnes and Corey Cott sing "This … Continue reading So long, Bandstand!
This year, I've seen four new musicals, which is quite a lot to see within a year for me. Alas, of those four, one closed right after my friends and I went to see it and today, two more are closing.Groundhog Day and Bandstand are playing their final performances today, which is a real shame. … Continue reading Goodbye to Groundhog Day
Guys, I have nascent plot bunnies whispering in my ear...I really only have two, though, at the moment.But the current WIP is chugging along. There's a plot now and progress on said plot, so yay!Here's a snippet!He reached Banston House just as the front door opened. He stepped to the side to allow whomever was … Continue reading Random snippet time!
It is IWSG time again. On to this month's question:Have you ever surprised yourself with your writing? For example, by trying a new genre you didn't think you'd be comfortable in?I'm half convinced that writing is meant to be surprising. For example, when a character reveals something to you in a scene that you didn't … Continue reading IWSG: September