Let the edits begin. . .

Anyone following my facebook page might know this, but I jumped into some edits on my novel, Winged, this past weekend. I’ve got some wicked-awesome crit partners reading a few of my novels, and the edits are coming in. For those of you who are reading this and aren’t writers, we have critique partners read our novels to find mistakes on all levels. Typos, grammar, content, plot and so on. It’s really important, because we’re so close to our projects, we often can’t see what’s staring at us in the face. While working on edits for Winged, I got another[…]

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Titles

So, last week, my character, Trinity, showed up on the blog to celebrate its new design and contest. On her post, she’d asked for some help to figure out a title for the book I wrote about her. Trinity listed out the options in her little section under “My Novels” The little summary is: A winged, amnesia-stricken girl finds refuge in a struggling artist’s arms. When the enemies from her realm find her on Earth, she must choose to return home with them to spare her new love’s life, or stay and fight. Either choice could keep them apart forever.[…]

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Catch the Rush . . .

WOW! It’s been an awesome week having my characters host the blog. Thanks, Ashley, Trinity, Dakota, Rachel, and David for hanging with us! And now, I get to have fun giving away a sweet prize–A $25.00 gift card to one of my favorite places—Barnes and Noble. So . . . Let’s get on with it, right? The winner is  . . . LBDiamond. ~~~ ~~~ LBDiamond, drop me an email with your mailing address and I’ll send your prize (lynnrush@cox.net) ~~~ Thanks, everyone. Have a great weekend. Stay tuned to Catch the Rush for more contests/drawings in the near future!!

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Winged

HI. Trinity here.  I was a little nervous when Lynn asked if I wanted to be on the blog this week. We don’t have computers where I’m from–er–at least I don’t think so. I don’t remember anything quite yet. Just kinda landed in the middle of a busy street late one night . . . Strange, I know. But Jayden, the guy who found me roaming the streets, has been super sweet to me. He’s actually helping me do this post. He wouldn’t help me think of something to talk about, though. And since my memory is pretty much a[…]

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Where do you ponder?

Where do you like to sit and ponder? Overlooking an ocean or lake? I’ve done that and loved it. ~~~ How ’bout watching a sweet sunset. I’ve seen plenty of those and totally love them. Sunrises work great too for me. ~~~ If you’ve been visiting the Light of Truth blog for any time at all, you’ll know I’ve spent a bunch of time up on Sedona, Az. I have done a couple writer retreats up there and pounded out some serious words on a few of my novels. I mean, with a view like this, how could you NOT[…]

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