Author Archives: Sue

Lest We Forget

I no longer view Rememberance Day as a time to remember only fallen Canadian Soldiers. I feel every man woman and child should be remembered and thanked for their contribution, no matter what their nationality or belief, they all thought they were doing the right thing, no matter what history’s hindsight tells us now.

Tired and it’s only Tuesday

Today was jam packed full of wonderfulness.

Back to the grind tomorrow

Oy, I hate mornings. But as I said to a friend this morning, I’d hate them even worse if I didn’t wake up at all. So I’ll take them with a smile of thanks for another one.

Played Hooky From Writing

I’ve been writing like a mad woman all week, and editing too, so it’s no wonder my brain has turned to mush.

What else am I doing beside NaNo

I’ve become obsessed with talking about NaNo even though I’m doing a crapload of other things.

We Rocked the Library

So during the month of November many of my friends, who are also writers, do Nanowrimo. It’s crazy, it’s fun, I’m 1/4 of the way through writing a new manuscript and I learned last night just how crazy writer’s are in general. Last night we had a write-in at the library. Over 30 people were […]

I just hit 11,000 words.

I have never been so far ahead of a writing goal before in my life. Which is a good thing because tomorrow is going to be almost a complete wash.

Bright and shiny day 4

So it’s day 4 of Nano and I’m still slightly ahead of the game. I was hoping to get up to 9000 words last night, but only made it to 7000. Still way ahead of where I was last year and I’d barely started the year before. Progress for sure. VancoWriMo, the Vancouver Chapter of […]

Day 3 of NaNo

I’ve never written anything that could be classified as adventure before. This could get interesting.

What a day

At the end of day one for NaNoWriMo I was already behind.