Author: deeannwaite

Controlling Chaos

Controlling Chaos

Lately I’ve discovered that I’ve been placing a tremendous amount of stress upon myself by overloading my goal setting for my writing career. Things such as research time, story development, meeting daily word counts, editing completions, reaching...

A Soul Revised

A Soul Revised

Woo Hoo! I’m thrilled to share my recent news. The Florida Writers Association’s Volume Seven is out and I’m in it! Yep, one of fifty people who were the lucky chosen few. This year’s volume seven...

How to Write a Book Review

How to Write a Book Review

As most of you know, I’ve recently launched my second novel, MISTS OF BAYOU RHYNE. Yes, thank you, thank you. 🙂 And as most of you know, one of the hardest – but oh so...

First Line Catches the Reader

First Line Catches the Reader

Ever hear the phrase The Early Bird Catches the Worm? The writer’s twist would be: The First Line Catches the Reader They – the seasoned writers and professionals – say that the first line...

Can Rain Build Memory?

Can Rain Build Memory?

This is the rainy season here in Florida. Many grumble and complain. Not me. I’m scheduled for a few much need vacations days next week. Though I have no scheduled plans of travel or...

Am I a Coward?

Am I a Coward?

Well, am I? I’m a writer and have recently released my second novel, MISTS OF BAYOU RHYNE. You might think this is a very exciting time for me, right? Then why don’t I feel...