Tenacity Prime Episode 8: Mano A Mano

Click here to read! Only two episodes left! I can guarantee drama worthy of a daytime soap and space pirates to close out the season.

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Tenacity Prime Episode 7: Baby Boot Camp

https://www.wattpad.com/875237583-tenacity-prime-episode-7-baby-boot-camp Another one! I’ll be publishing episodes every Tuesday until the series is finished. I’m planning on 10 episodes but it might be less, we’ll see. TP was meant to be a little experiment, and I’d like to (temporarily?), wrap it up so I can put my full focus on finishing my novel. If Dark…

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Tenacity Prime Episode 6: Poetry Slam

It’s up! I did a little experimenting and switched to first person narrative for this chapter. I am partial to third person, but I thought first person might improve this story. https://www.wattpad.com/870827665-tenacity-prime-episode-6-poetry-slam

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Tenacity Prime Episode 4: Saturday with Molly

Click here to read Tenacity Prime Episode 4! I realized that there’s no reason for me to post each episode on my blog and on Wattpad, so from now on I’ll only post on Wattpad and link the episode here. If you have issues reading on Wattpad, let me know, and I’ll go back to…

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Tenacity Prime Episode 3: New Boy Part 2

Lauren and Stephanie walked Ben to the door of his Intro to Tenacity Prime Elite Force class after lunch.  “You’ll have to tell us what class is like, I’ve heard it’s super intense,” Lauren said. “This class really shouldn’t be intense, it’s mostly informational, I think,” Ben said.  He observed his fellow classmates as they…

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Tenacity Prime Episode 2: New Boy Part 1

“We have very strict behavioral standards here on Tenacity.”  A smooth, pleasant voice filled the air as Benjamin Westley entered the kitchen of his family’s new living quarters. It was the morning of his first day of school on the space station. Dean was lounging on the soft white leather couch in the living room,…

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2 Signs You Need to Revise Your Book’s Plot

Writing your book becomes boring, and you start avoiding it regularly. I know I’m writing something good when an hour flies by and I have to tear myself away from writing to do other things. You find yourself writing scenes you don’t really want to in order to make a plot point make sense. I…

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Rejection Part 3: Actually Getting Over It

I wrote about rejection (twice) as if I dealt with it well. I didn’t. My self-esteem has been in the absolute toilet since July. I sat down and wrote for my book for the first time in a long time on Thursday. My thoughts were bleak as I began to type: This is stupid, terrible…

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Lowering My Expectations

When I decided to write Dark House (the working title of my book), I had some big plans. Some big, ridiculous plans. The first draft was supposed to be done by August 1st, giving me about four months to write it. That date has come and gone and I’m a little under halfway done with…

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