New Year’s Day Writing Plans

I consider New Year’s Day the day to recover from the year before and start the new year on a high and happy note. What will I be doing January 1?

  1. There will be coffee. I’m talking strong Starbucks venti black coffee.
  2. There will be chocolate. I’m talking no restrictions on the intake amount.
  3. There will be writing. Locke and Keye has passed the 10,000 word mark, which is more than half the length of a novelette. And that’s mostly one character’s storyline, maybe not even the whole of his storyline. I’m beyond pumped about this book to the point that I can’t stop thinking about it, which is both wonderful when it’s flowing and torturous when I’m trying to figure out a plot point. I’m going to focus on at least one other character’s storyline on New Year’s Day. I’ll have my Pinterest page up, the above-mentioned necessities at hand, and a whole day of nothing to do but write!
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  4. There will be Honeymooners! I always watch the 1950s TV series The Honeymooners all day either on TV if a channel is having a marathon or on DVD. I have the classic 39 episodes and all the other ones too.

What will you be doing New Year’s Day? Hope you have a good one!

Article Published by Indian River Juice

If you’re interested in why organic foods are better for you, check out my latest article called “Organic Truth: Beyond the Plate”, published by Indian River Juice: http://indianriverjuice.com/2013/06/17/organic-goodness/.

Here’s the lead-in to the article:

“Eating healthy is very important to us here at Indian River and we live by our Grapefruit inspired diet as it’s proven to be very helpful.  Eating organically has so many health benefits it’s ridiculous and this week we have a guest writer that gives a testament to why eating organically is so important.”

“Living Idiom” Published by 99Fiction

My latest flash fiction piece, “Living Idiom”, was just published today by 99Fiction on their social media site: http://99fiction.net/page/today-s-story-4. This site is a great place to meet and network with other writers, and it grows larger every day. They also have a new contest going on, so be sure to check them out!

Clean Up Your (Food) Act!

My latest published article is called “Clean Up Your (Food) Act!” and revolves around how to start and maintain a strict, healthy diet. What’s different about this article from all the other “healthy eating” articles out there? Instead of giving you the usual either barely usable or very obvious tips, I provide exact details on how to change your diet for the better and avoid backsliding.

Here’s what you’ll read about in my article:

  • Mapping out your diet
  • Don’t just cut things out – replace them
  • Enjoy your favorite things – cleaner
  • How to get good deals on cleaner food
  • Why you shouldn’t give up and how to avoid it

Check it out and leave a comment: http://naturalhealthinforum.com/2013/01/04/clean-up-your-food-act/

With this article, you may be able to stick with your healthy New Years resolution!

Recipe Book!

I’ve been mulling over putting a recipe book together for the past couple of months and have finally decided I’m ready to write. It’s going to be dedicated to a particular diet. Unfortunately, I can’t share which diet because it hasn’t been done yet 🙂

I wrote my notes including lists and full paragraphs of writing last night and ended up with 3 pages already. I’m really happy with that. I also wrote some ideas for recipes I’d like to try making. I’ll be making two of them tomorrow, both desserts (the most important things). If they turn out well, not only will I be thrilled to put them into my recipe book right away, but I’ll have two more Thanksgiving desserts!

Happy Thanksgiving in advance, and good luck to everyone taking part in NaNoWriMo!