Presenting my brand-new website design and other March updates!
An explanation for the Feistner Fiscal Year (FFY)
Occasionally I stop on the side of the brambly trail and look around and wonder what I’m doing and if it’s worth it.
Getting back a lot of beta-reading comments can be discouraging enough, but it’s nothing like opening up a “finished” story that you’ve edited/workshopped until your eyes bled only to find it’s a yarn-basket of Word comments.
The summer went by and the pain of falling flat on my face during #PitMad faded. I was ready to try again.
36 was the year of setting a really good foundation for getting published. Here’s to 37!
I’ve worked hard for each and every rejection and like grey hairs I’m tired of pretending I don’t have any.
There’s lots of work left to do, but I’m proud of myself for doing this much so far.
At 4:11 p.m. August 14, 2003 I was in my friend Jane’s kitchen.
My first sale at semi-pro rates!