"Oops! Sorry, the heart of denver is having a mini conf on Sat with Randy Ingermanson and an agent Christine Withohn. I am likely spelling these wrong. It's $20 and includes lunch, I don't know if there are spaces left, but Lori, Jen and I…"
"Sixty pages!!! You are an editing fool!!! Are you going to the HODRA thing on Sat?
Today I managed sixteen pages, my best day ever! And yesterday I re-wrote my one page synopsis. I got some feedback so I'll be re-writing it again. Just keep…"
Okay, I spent two hours on two pages today. But I fixed a scene, sequel issue between two chapters, so it's all good!!! I want to be finished with this manuscript and on to the next, but I am being good! Hope you all are having more…"
""The work is rather too light, bright, and sparkling; it wants
shade; it wants to be stretched out here and there with a long
chapter of sense, if it could be had; if not of solemn specious
nonsense, about something unconnected with the story;…"
"yesterday, Oct 12 got 8 pages done. Almost ten, not there yet!!! Today I've already hit seven, so I'm on a roll!! Sympathy for you Robin, editing can be so slow!!! But it is great to go back and look at how much better it all can…"
It is for SamHain and I am on my second draft today. OMG I thought my brain was going to explode yesterday. hehehe We are rocking away!! So proud of the group!! Congrats to you Robin!! You are such an inspiration!!
"Actually, I got that comment long ago from a critique buddy of mine. She felt better on the days she wrote. (and I certainly do, I'm very perky today due to yesterday). And what's more interesting, this no longer applies to her and she is…"
"Yesterday i still was packing tea cups from the tea, but i still managed to edit 6 pages!! and i came up with a phenomenol opening for a new story line in the car!! My notebook was missing so I wrote it on the back of my latest RWA mag. Good thing I…"
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What genres do you write?
contemporary paranormal, fantasy, fantasy romance
Tell us about yourself
RITA® Award Winning novelist, Robin D. Owens has been writing longer than she cares to recall. Her fantasy/futuristic romances found a home at Berkley with the issuance of HeartMate in December 2001. She credits the telepathic cat with attitude in selling that book. Since then she has written nine books in the series (latest: Heart Journey, August 2010). Her first Luna series of five books included shape-shifting fairies and average American women Summoned into another world to fight monstrous evil. She is profoundly thankful to be recipient of the Romance Writers of America RITA Award, the Denver Area Science Fiction Association Lungfish Award for Writer of the Year, and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ Writer of the Year award, the Colorado Romance Writers' Writer of the Year Award, and the Daphne Du Maurier Best Paranormal and Best of the Best Award.
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