Join Me at These Blog Stops

I’m interrupting my regularly scheduled prompts and tips for my blog tour for A Shadow on the Snow. Join me at these blog stops, the first three on the tour. I’d love to have you stop by to talk mysteries, YA fiction, and Christian fiction. December 18: Book Reviews From an Avid Reader December 18: Truth and… Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo Prompts for Settings

While writing my YA mystery, I noticed that my characters seemed to hold a lot of conversations in vehicles. Since the book is set in a rural county in Ohio, driving is an integral part of the lives of my characters. But I didn’t want to bore my readers. So I changed one scene from… Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo Prompts for Plot

My previous post was to encourage you to let your imagination soar during NaNoWriMo. My prompts for the month will help you with this task. First I have NaNoWriMo prompts for plot. Below are suggestions to bring propulsion to your plot if you find it bogging down. Your main character makes a new friend. Your… Continue Reading →

Prompts for NaNoWriMo

We’re over half way through November. How is your NaNoWriMo going? Having any trouble with settings? As I write my YA mystery, I seem to have a lot of scenes of people discussing the case while eating. I need to change some of those scenes to give my writing more variety. If you notice that… Continue Reading →

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