This is an original image I shot from my window while on a writing retreat. It was a restful time away, but … Continue Reading ››
Cindy Koepp and I have been chatting online for years now, and I've grown fond of her. One thing that Cindy and I have in common, besides a love of fantasy books, is that we both spent time as members of the Society for Creative Anachronism. Cindy became a fighter, whereas I was … Continue Reading ››
Peter Pan flew to Neverland with a sprinkling of pixie dust. Lucy walked into Narnia at the back of a wardrobe. Dorothy banged her head and woke up in Oz. Sometimes I wonder what it would take to enter Middle Earth. What worlds of wonder might wait for me in the fantasy world of Continue Reading ››
Author News, July 2014 EditionToday a summer thundershower struck with sudden force, its rain washing the sky before pounding into the dry earth. After perhaps five minutes, it vanished. My summer is turning out to be a lot like that thunderstorm--frenetic activity followed by a clearing. And then more rain. I'm learning, more or less patiently, … Continue Reading ››
Cracks split the pavement
And nurture weeds,
But in the garden flowers bloom.
I choose my world.
Original poetry by Janalyn VoigtContinue Reading ››
Lorilyn Roberts joins us at Creative Worlds to discuss the sacrifices a writer makes to create fiction worth reading. I admire both Lorilyn for writing this inspiring post and the beautiful pictures she provided for us to enjoy. Thank you! Janalyn
Stars Aren’t Born – They Are Made
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Author News, June 2014 Edition
Current Writing ProjectEditing a romantic suspense submission to send to my agent has turned into a rewrite of about half the sample chapters. The story will be better for this, however it does take time. I am so close, with just one more chapter and a read-through to go. Of course, … Continue Reading ››