Abigail Wyvon

I should be writing, but I'm probably reading

Tag Archives: fiction

Derailed by Mary Keliikoa

Mary Keliikoa’s debut novel, Derailed, is a page-turner you’ll want to read until the end. Left with her late father’s detective agency, Kelly Pruett is determined to juggle work, caring for her daughter, and her personal life. When a woman comes in asking for Kelly’s help to find out what really happened the night her …

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Introducing Naomi Waters

Life is hard. Writing is hard. January was a tough month for me, but I’m hopeful February will be better! I’d like to introduce Naomi Waters, the main character of the new manuscript I’m writing, Wheeling the Halls. Here is her interview: Q: Hi, thank you for joining me today! Can you tell me your name? …

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It’s November!!!

I know I’m busy writing and all, but I had to stop and write a blog post. Today is a very important day. Writers know what I’m talking about! Today is National Author’s Day! Also, November is National Novel Writing Month, which means NaNoWriMo has officially started! For those of you who don’t know what NaNoWriMo is, let me …

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Reality, Fiction and The Love of Writing

I’ve always loved to read and write. In school, whenever we had to do book reports or write an essay, I always got excited while the rest of the class would complain. I would get asked, “why do you like to read and write so much?” Well, it’s my escape from reality. We all have …

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