Here’s an Awesome Checklist for NaNoWriMo

If you are doing NaNo this year, I have something for you that might help you.

New Project: A Dystopian Romance

For a while now I've been struggling with writing The Warlock's Awakening (Book III in The Witches' Sleep Trilogy), but I didn't try too hard to do anything else, honestly. I kind of just... gave up on myself. I told myself, You'll come back to it, Kait... when you can. When the time is right. …

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The Warlock’s Awakening Excerpt + update

Lately I've been working on my website here! Can you tell? 😉 I think it looks a lot nicer than before. There's still a couple of things I'd like to work out, tiny details that bug me, but so far I really like it. I also went a little crazy creating these images for my …

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Where in the world is Kaitlyn?

What? Huh? Who? Me? Oh. Um. I'm right here. I've pretty much come to accept that I'm REALLY bad at this blog thing. But I hold out for MAYBE ONE DAY I'LL KICK INTO GEAR AND ACTUALLY KNOW WHAT THE HECK I'M DOING HERE. Until then, you'll just have to deal with the random blog …

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Featured Book: Fanged by Elisabeth Wheatley

In the spirit of the soon-to-be released novella #3 FANGED KINDRED in the Fanged Novella Series, I am featuring Elisabeth Wheatley's FANGED (#1) book! Below is the new cover and I am absolutely in LOVE with it! My review on Fanged: I love how this enticing novella jumps right into the story with no hesitation. Personally, …

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What a writer needs to know about the medical field

Because we're nurses and love our jobs, Beloved and I watch fictional medical TV shows like House M.D. and (sometimes) Nurse Jackie (not Beloved's favorite for some reason). And, because we are nurses and work in a hospital, there are things we see in every single episode that is either wrong or unrealistic. I'm not …

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Word Wars: the pen is mightier than the sword

Word Wars. What are they, you may ask?