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Vonnie 11-17 close (2) Real life has kept me busy–so I took a vacation from blogging. But I’m back and I’ll be catching you up on some publishing-writing news over the next few weeks.

In addition, I’m announcing a new feature: beginning December 4th, Guest Authors will be appearing on Whimsical Words every Tuesday and Thursday. Not only will my guests talk about their latest book, but also about their writing process and publishing journey. There will be something for readers and fellow writers alike to enjoy.

So stay tuned for new posts, writing-publishing news, and lots of authors. Here is a list of the Guest Author Interviews appearing over the next few weeks:

December 4 – Dawn Vogel
December 6 – Kathryn Sullivan
December 11 – Jennifer R. Povey
December 13 – Tanya Lisle
December 18 – L. J. Cohen
December 22 – A. L. Kaplan
December 27 – Dianna Sanchez
January 1 – Carole McDonnell
January 3 – Lana Hechtman Ayers

And as the holiday gift-giving season begins, please think about purchasing one of my books. 🙂 – Vonnie   

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I’m always interested in other writers’ writing processes. As a rather disorganized, write-by-the-seat-of-your-pants writer, I know I could be more productive if I’d become more organized.

I decided to check out one of my favorite writers, Marissa Meyer’s, writing process post. For those who haven’t discovered this author, she’s a very busy lady who has written a fabulous YA science fiction series, The Lunar Chronicles. (Cinder, Scarlet, and Cress are on my bookshelf, and I await the next book in the series).

Here’s the link to Marissa Meyer’s series of posts on her Writing Process.  (As a bonus, she’s added videos, etc. into the posts).

This series of posts not only gave me some ideas, it also helped me clarify my writing process! I realized I had much more of a process than I’d given myself credit for. I, too, start with an idea, do research, outline characters, etc.

Writers, how about you? Do you have any writing process tips you’d like to share?

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