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If you need some more convincing, here’s a teaser from Struck By Eros.

Last month Cupid shot my size-six ass with an arrow and saddled me with the soul mate from hell. I lay on my side and looked at the snoring mountain of muscle next to me. Grayson Adler. Supposedly my perfect match in every way, but whoever was in charge of perfect matches perfectly fucked up.

Even though my body shook from a Grayson-induced, post-coital high, I still loathed my couldn’t-be-more-wrong-for-me mate. However, we were stuck together for eternity because of Cupid and his craptacular curse.

A wall-rattling snore broke through the hum of the air conditioner in the over-priced hotel room we met in every two weeks for our do-it-or-die conjugal visit. Grayson reached down and adjusted his erection. His hand brushed my thigh and his touch ignited a spark in my nether regions. Hot and horny, that’s how things were with Grayson and me. Sexual compatibility off the charts. Too bad the rest of our relationship itched like sand in the crotch.





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Self Congratulations

Between 2 sick children, a busy week with school activities, and being sick myself I have still managed to keep up on my word count for NaNoWriMo.   In fact I am almost at 13,000 words.

I’m proud of myself for letting go of the need to edit and just type.  Is everything I am putting down perfect?  NO!  In fact some of it is just crap, but that’s what editing and revising are for.

I heard this quote the other day… “The first draft is for the writer. The subsequent drafts are for the audience.”, and it really rang true for me.

So I know that when the clock strikes midnight on December 1st I can look at everything I have written and just start polishing it until it is perfect.

Until then I will write, write, and write until I get to 50,000 words.

I’m a writer, or am I?

I’m a writer!

I want to scream it from the rooftops, but I don’t. Why? Why is it when someone asks me, “What do you do for a living?” I immediately answer, “Freelance graphic designer”. My profession prior to having my kids. What I went to college for. But, not what I am doing now. Not what I am passionate about.

I needed to answer my own question; can I really call myself a writer? I’m unpublished, and still working on my first novel. I’ve written short stories that I’m very proud. I work at it every day. I’ve entered contests, and submitted to publications. I’m even going to my first conference this year. I’m also part of my local writing community. But is all this enough?

After some research, I came up with a conclusion. It is enough. I am worthy of the title “writer”.

A writer writes…a lot. They work at it every day. They hone their skills. They gain more and more confidence with every word they place on paper. They accept rejection, and keep on submitting. They practice, practice, practice. All with the hope of one day being able to earn the distinction of “Author”.

For me becoming a published author is the end game. It’s my dream, what I am striving for. But for now, I’m content.

So the next time someone asks me what I do. I am proudly going to proclaim, I’M A WRITER!