Change is in the air

Climate change is a hot topic; it’s even spurred a new genre–cli-fi (climate fiction). Google it. To add to this never-ending topic, I wrote a short story about what would happen if it never stopped snowing. Hopefully, it will make it to print and I can share an excerpt. My dad helped me bang out the premise over breakfast. He loves this type of science fiction and provided great inspiration. It took 2 days to write over 6 thousand words, and many more days to edit. Now it’s in review. That short story will become a novel, since I’m having so much fun with it. Thanks,...

Seeking Submissions, Bittersweet Anthology

The Natalie D. Craumer Writers Workshop is proud to announce the creation of its second anthology of stories written by former and current students.  Any past members of the Natalie D. Craumer Writer’s Workshop are encouraged to make a submission. Guidelines are listed at this Fredricksen Library link. As the current facilitator of the workshop, I will be reading submissions and am looking forward to hearing from past...

NaNo

Halloween has come and gone, and I’m trying to write a third novel.  What scares me is I won’t get the 50,000 pages I want within the 30 days left!  Good luck to all you taking on the challenge.  We’ll see what I come up with at the end of this month....