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Behind the Scenes in October…

behindthescenes1Writing – mostly blog posts, tweets and A Heart of Fire notes

As you know from this post, October is probably the most busy month of this entire year for me. Most of the time I’m working – as a lecturer (which means lots of time preparing as well), as a teacher, in the shop – and I try to squeeze in some time for my writing job as well.

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Answering 20 Questions – Aura Eadon’s Challenge

confessionsajlundetrae3I was recently challenged by the mesmerizing Aura Eadon to participate in the challenge Confessions of a Writer Tag. Thank you, Aura, for challenging me! The challenge was given to me, and will be given on, through being tagged on Twitter by another writer. The challenge requires everyone who is tagged to answer the following twenty questions. For more information see A little bookish, a little writerly, the blog in which Nicolette Elzie created the challenge. Here they are… My 20 confessions…

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For Aspiring Authors: PROs and CONs of having a professional COACH

Happy Monday, dear readers!

This week I want to talk to you about a topic that has been and still is really important to me and has led to immensely positive life changes for me. If you are considering hiring a professional coach to guide you on your way, I expect you to ask yourself if it is a good enough investment to be putting a significant amount of money into it over a set period of time. Let me tell you a little bit about what my experience with having a coach has done for me and my writing career. Here are my personal pros and cons. Continue reading

July and August Updates: A Writer’s Chaotic Summer

How was your summer???

I wish I could tell you that I’ve been writing all summer.

With flowers in my hair, angel dust on my keyboard, lots of coffee and thousands of pages.

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June’s Writing Updates!

I started this journey with my coach in December, now it’s June. I already wrote about five important insights six months in. Now a couple of monthly updates – what I’ve been up to lately!

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How I increased my Creative Energy: Feng Shui for Writers

My journey to become a fulltime writer has proceeded one more week; the destination is one week closer. A lot has happened in this last week. My apartment is a lot emptier and my creative mind is so much lighter. What I have been doing aside from writing? Feng shuing my apartment to let the creative energies flow! Continue reading

Editing with a chainsaw, polishing with bleach

 

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Remember the story you wanted to write…

Tired of female heroines who are week, helpless and must be saved by masculine creatures, I just wanted to write a story about a badass female heroine, Ane, using magical powers to kick some ass. So I let my imagination flow, and did so perhaps a little too freely. Continue reading