Week In Review: November 12th

In Case You Missed it, here’s the round-up of all of my latest content, plus updates from old guests!

Read on if you want to know more.

If not? See you next week with more writing tips and writerly musings.

Coming up this week:

On Youtube: Happy NaNoWriMo! I’ll be writing on the productivity live stream from 4:30pm-6:30pm+.

On Twitch: You can watch my live stream here.

Content Around The Web:

On Youtube:

On the Podcast “Writing Tips and Writerly Musings”:

  • Gender 401 (For the Writer)Explaining gender, ways genre fiction can improve, authors who don’t do badly, and things we could see more of. [Aimed at a cis audience – challenging us to do better for those whose gender identities weren’t just handed to them at birth].

On The Blog (In Case You Missed It):

Events:

I’ll be on Discord at NaNoWriMo write-ins. And there may be some pop-up productivity sprints.

What I’ve Been Reading:

I read a Regency romance novella by Bree Wolf: Disregarded and Adored, book 7 of the Love’s Second Chance series.

She married without love. Twice… Will the third time be a charm?

England 1812: Twice in her life, ELAINE WINTERS, VISCOUNTESS SILCOX, found herself in front of the altar; however, twice for reasons not of the heart. Now, with a grown daughter and a grandchild on the horizon, Elaine has given up hope of ever experiencing the most mysterious of emotions herself. However, everything changes when she is swept up north for the holidays and finds herself all but snowed in at Errington Hall.

GILBERT STIRLING, EARL OF ERRINGTON, wants to marry again. And not any woman, but one in particular. Unfortunately, the lady who conquered his heart has always rebuffed every attempt at a closer connection. Surprised to find her on his doorstep this Christmas, Gilbert knows he cannot allow this opportunity to slip through his fingers.
He cannot allow her to slip through his fingers.

As their sons search the ancient castle for secret passageways, Elaine and Gilbert slowly come to realize that it is never too late for love…and that they might have found it when least expecting it.

And Charlie Holmberg’s latest: Star Mother

When a star dies, a new one must be born.

The Sun God chooses the village of Endwever to provide a mortal womb. The birthing of a star is always fatal for the mother, and Ceris Wenden, who considers herself an outsider, sacrifices herself to secure her family’s honor and take control of her legacy. But after her star child is born, Ceris does what no other star mother has: she survives. When Ceris returns to Endwever, however, it’s not nine months later—it’s seven hundred years later. Inexplicably displaced in time, Ceris is determined to seek out her descendants.

Being a woman traveling alone brings its own challenges, until Ceris encounters a mysterious—and desperate—godling. Ristriel is incorporeal, a fugitive, a trickster, and the only being who can guide Ceris safely to her destination. Now, as Ceris traverses realms both mortal and beyond, her journey truly begins.

Together, pursued across the Earth and trespassing the heavens, Ceris and Ristriel are on a path to illuminate the mysteries that bind them and discover the secrets of the celestial world.

New Works By Previous Guests:

None this week, but more coming soon!


Picture(s) of the Week:

This past week was a friend’s birthday and I had her over for a paint night. Here are the fruits of my labors! I think we can say “Morgan isn’t horrid at following directions.”

A canvas with a dark shadow of trees, the sun below the horizon, and swirls of yellow and green lights representing the northern lights.

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