Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 24

Wow what a day. (I write this Friday afternoon). (Been running around to like 4 stores merchandising. I've been out since 9 o'clock in the morning) (Ooh and my new couch came) (The FedEx guy hates me) (I mean it's a giant box. You could fit like four of me in there. Maybe more). (It's … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 24

Saturday Morning Post Vol. 23

*slides MS into drawer* *realizes that I forgot to edit a scene* *realizes that I forgot to say what happened to the beagle (very important* *fixes all that * *NOW puts MS in drawer* I finished editing Lily this week (finished is a very relative term: It's finished for now. I'm going to let it … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post Vol. 23

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 21

I TOOK A REAL BALLET CLASS. Not a ballet class on semi-embossed carpet in my living room. An actual ballet class. Please understand that this has not happened since like March 13. And even better than taking class, we were at the THEATER (because it's a lot more roomy than the studio and you know … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 21

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 18

You know what's hard? Writing facial expressions. I swear it's nigh impossible. Because when I try I end up doing things like this: She swallowedHe stuck his tongue in his cheekhis brow furrowed/crossed his brown/eyebrows pinched together. Just something with the eyebrows.some other weird, vaguely descriptive tick Or then the other option is to just … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 18

Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 15

So I just found out about fiction ghostwriting this week...and I'm kinda weirded out? I understand ghostwriting for nonfiction. A lot of people with personal stories are necessarily writers, and need someone to work with them and yada yada yada. But fiction? I guess my question would be how much does the non writer put … Continue reading Saturday Morning Post, Vol. 15