Kennings

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series The Songweaver's Vow: Easter Eggs & Background

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series The Songweaver’s Vow: Easter Eggs & BackgroundI’ve loved kennings since I first learned what one was. My formal introduction, the first time I knew a kenning for what it was, was swan-road, a Norse kenning for the sea, and with … Continue reading

Background: Loki & the Gods’ Gifts

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This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series The Songweaver's Vow: Easter Eggs & Background

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series The Songweaver’s Vow: Easter Eggs & BackgroundWhen you’re working with two full mythologies, there are a lot of tidbits to include that just don’t get the screen time for full explanations. There are a lot of these “Easter eggs” hidden … Continue reading

Things to Know About Self-Publishing

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Here are some of my thoughts about getting started in indie publishing! Feel free to agree or disagree with me over there, fellow writers — comments welcome! http://rmfw.org/5-important-things-to-know-about-self-publishing-part-1-by-laura-vanarendonk-baugh/ and http://rmfw.org/5-important-things-to-know-about-self-publishing-part-2-by-laura-vanarendonk-baugh/ If you want to hear more from me about self-publishing, make sure you check out the August 2017 edition of … Continue reading

Revisions In Progress

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So I’ve been chatting on social media this month about The Songweaver’s Vow, sharing tidbits for #WIPjoy. Right now I’m throat-deep in revisions, which is always a challenge but especially so with this book, as I did not write it linearly (start to finish, straight through). I know a lot … Continue reading

Come Write With Me! in Ireland!

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So we’re closing on the biggest gift-giving occasion of the year, and you don’t know what to get that writer on your list? What about an investment in their writing career? Nothing says love and encouragement and “I believe in you!” like a contribution to their goals. (And reading their work. … Continue reading