Hello, wonderful SEers! Mae here with one of my favorite topics—personalities. Some months ago I shared a post about using the Myers Brigg Type Indicator to determine your personality type. That post generated great discussion and seemed to be fun for everyone. I’m currently in the process of starting the second book in my newest … Continue reading Personality Types for Characters
Scratching your head over the definition of a Snallygaster? I have a fondness for beasties of a cryptozoological nature which is why I’m trotting out this dragon-like creature today. German settlers brought tales of the Snallygaster from the Old Country to Maryland when they first settled the area in the 1700s. Although reports continued into … Continue reading The Great Snallygaster Hunt
Hello, SEers! Mae here, sending out a thank you for hanging with me today as I take a look at author presentations. I’ve done several book signings, all with other authors, but recently did my first speaking presentation. A Federated Women’s Club tracked me down through my local library and invited me to be a … Continue reading The Author Presentation…for Newbies
Hello, SEers, and happy Hump Day. As you read this, I’m vacationing in sunny Florida, and probably won’t be online much. The other SE authors have agreed to pitch in and reply to comments on this post while I’m away, so I hope you’ll share some thoughts below. I’ve been living in the world of … Continue reading Is It Worth It?
How difficult do you find it to write about spring when there is snow on the ground? Or the festive hustle-bustle of the Christmas holiday when you’re planning a beach party? As a writer, it’s easy to dip into our imagination and resurrect a setting on which to draw, no matter the time of year. … Continue reading Writing by the Seasons #MondayBlogs