Happy Friday everyone. Please be sure to visit the Scribes today. Julia Rachel Barrett (one of my favorite people) is my guest today! She’s sharing how she became a writer and the cover of her new ghost story In the Flesh.
Autumn is one of my favorite times of the year. Being a native New Englander, I love the change in seasons and watching the leaves turn to lovely shades of yellow, orange, and red. Granted, Fall has been more muted this year due to all the wild weather, but I’ve still been enjoying it.
This past weekend, my family attended a pumpkin carving party at a friend’s house. We had a blast! The kids, my hubby and friends carved awesome designs. We ate pizza, cupcakes, and cozied up on the couch watching The Nightmare Before Christmas.
We had the inevitable debate – is it a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie?
Halloween is that one last holiday before the crazy “holiday” season begins. Before the madness…
And then November arrives. For writers – November is NaNo WriMo. I participated in 2010. The book I wrote was Mystic Ink.
Little did I know last year that I was writing the first book I would sell. Ironically, because I sold the book and I have edits due, I don’t know if I can participate in NaNo this year. I’m still preparing, but I’m hesitant to commit.
I am the Pumpkin King
Who’d a thunk it? (Besides Susannah Hardy – who knew from the start that I’d sell Mystic Ink!)
Life is pretty funny.
How has your life changed since Autumn 2010? Feel free to share, the good, the bad, the mundane.
And is “Nightmare” a Christmas movie or a Halloween flick?