I mentioned earlier this month that I wanted to get back to writing. Well, as I’m writing this, I just past the 30,000 word mark on my newest novel. A little perspective, Broken Bridges was just under 25,000 words. I’m a little shocked at how much I’ve written, but it’s been a lot of fun. I haven’t had really any writer’s block either. It’s a young adult novel with the working title Ginger. Well back to it…
I’ll be at Poets In The Park tomorrow, Saturday the 19th from 11:00 to 5:00. It is at Anderson Park in Redmond. Haiku Northwest is doing a reading from 1:20 to 1:55. We will be reading from No Longer Strangers: Haiku Northwest 25th Anniversary Anthology. I’ll be reading my poems and some from other members, who can’t be at the reading.
There are many other events, activities, and readings. Here’s a link regarding the event and directions if you are interested: http://www.graceguts.com/poets-in-the-park
After far too long of not being able to consistently write, during July, I've averaged well over a thousand words a day in my novel. I've also been able to return to writing poetry every day. It is great feeling…
On Saturday, July 19th, I’ll be at Poets in the Park at Anderson Park in Redmond, Washington. Here is some more information about the event: http://www.redmond-reporter.com/community/264274861.html
I’ll being helping out at the Haiku Northwest table. I’ll be one of contributors reading from No Longer Strangers: Haiku Northwest 25th Anniversary Anthology. The time of the reading is not confirmed yet.
So more information to come…