Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley

  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
  • Housekeeping
  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
  • Am I a Racist Author?
  • How to have a Successful Book Festival, Treasure Hunters Giveaway
  • Worderella Around the Web
  • Getting Schooled about the Civil War
  • 3 Ways I Knew I Write Young Adult Historical Romance
  • Fun Times at the Ohioana Book Festival
  • The Rebel’s Hero Synopsis
  • Book Review Extravaganza
  • On the Subject of Copyright
  • Chapter Two of The Rebel’s Hero
  • I LOVE Historical Romance Web Comics
  • Going Like Gangbusters
  • Sneak Peek #1 of THE REBEL’S HERO
  • Plotting with Strangers
  • Low-Hanging Fruit
  • Making Progress and Taking Names
  • Roundup for Round of Words
  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
  • Two Thousand Words
  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
  • Creating Custom Tabs on Facebook Pages
  • Unexpected Progress
  • The Cost of Self-Promotion
  • Getting Back on the Horse
  • Playing with Pricing
  • Frustration, Deadlines, Delays
  • Stylish Blogger Award
  • Dreaming of Books Giveaway
  • Love or Lack Thereof Progresses
  • Using “Free” as a Marketing Tool
  • Genre Schmenre
  • Rewriting a Back Cover Blurb
  • Five Things I Learned about Bulk Shipments
  • Time for My Second Chance
  • Touring the Historical Fiction World
  • Midwinter Giveaway Hop
  • 80 Days of Words
  • Indie Lovers Unite
  • Cyber Monday Sale!
  • Book: The Perfect Poison
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Interviewing Sean Paul McCartney
  • Book Launch Tea Party
  • Spooktacular Winners!
  • Book Launch Tea Party Tonight!
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Begins!
  • Book: An Independent Woman
  • Releasing the Ghost
  • Following Through
  • Indie Methodology
  • Interviewing Susan Spann
  • Chatting with Eloisa James
  • Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
  • Highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch
  • Do I Pass the Page 99 Test?
  • Media Mail and CreateSpace
  • Don’t Write Every Day!
  • Why I’m Writing a Ghost Story
  • Interviewing Stacey Cochran
  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
  • Book: This Duchess of Mine
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  • Worderella Enters a Word War
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  • Worderella Needs You!
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  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
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  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
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  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
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  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
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  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
  • Wielding the Red Pen of Doom (i.e. Editing)
  • Why We Write Shitty First Drafts
  • John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling
  • Focusing on Writing
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  • Writing up a Storm
  • Joining the Ranks
  • In which I Dance and Grab an Expert
  • Midsummer’s Eve Giveaway Bloghop!
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  • Worderella Around the Web
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  • Book Review Extravaganza
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  • When Your Title Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit
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  • Goodies Galore
  • Update from the Trenches
  • Sporadic Creativity
  • Guest Post and Giveaway
  • What to do here?
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  • Unexpected Progress
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  • 80 Days of Words
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  • Cyber Monday Sale!
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  • Don’t Make Me Opt-Out
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  • I lost my research
  • Worderella Enters a Word War
  • Worderella Launches a Kickstarter Project
  • Worderella Needs You!
  • Worderella Interviews James M Turner
  • Worderella’s How to Make a Character Map
  • Worderella Reveals a Snippet
  • Worderella is Scarred for Life
  • Worderella Gets Synchronized
  • Worderella does an Interview
  • Worderella Joins a Blogfest
  • Worderella Hunts for her Readers
  • Worderella Re-releases an Old Book
  • Worderella Releases a Book Trailer
  • Worderella Geeks Out about a Book
  • Worderella Tries Online Marketing
  • Worderella Wonders Does Bad Mood = Bad Writing?
  • A Micropress, a Vlog Campaign, a Contest
  • Worderella Asks How to Name a Micro-Press
  • Worderella Becomes Her Own Hero (i.e. Cover Designer)
  • A non-evangelist self-publisher? What?
  • On writing exhausted
  • Worderella Needs a Hero (aka Book Cover Designer)
  • Self-Publishers Unite!
  • Write Every Day
  • Apologies, I am Alive
  • Dangerous Liasons in Social Networking
  • Lightening Source Publishing
  • Checking In
  • Details, Details, Details
  • Indie-Publishing Extravaganza
  • Ruminations
  • Find a Friend Dialogue Exercise
  • Stop Beating
  • Big Day
  • A Tap on the Wing
  • Featured Author: Zoe Winters
  • Surface Edits
  • Fairy-tale Inspired Books
  • Second Draft Complete
  • Book: The Reincarnationist
  • The Benefits of Free
  • Love is a Powerful Brain System
  • Choose the Bolder
  • In the Midst of Living
  • A Six Word Story
  • Set Yourself on Fire
  • To Self-Publish or Not
  • Explode Your Ideas
  • Everything is Ready
  • Break the Seas
  • Book: Private Arrangements
  • The Motivating Purpose
  • Pursuing Water
  • Because We Must
  • Anthropologic Laboratory
  • On Writing the First Three Chapters
  • Book: A Pale Horse
  • Book: The Somnambulist
  • Marketing Through an Author Website
  • How to be a Computer-based Beta Reader
  • Networking for Writers: Crit Partner Match
  • “Going to” not “Want to”
  • What Happens to an Author When She Finishes Editing?
  • Book: Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England
  • Contest Results and a Book Meme
  • Focus on those Nitty Gritty Details
  • Tell Me, Don’t Show Me
  • Show Me, Don’t Tell Me
  • Be Brutally Honest
  • Put that Shitty First Draft Away
  • Stumbling Blocks, Workshops, and a Contest
  • Inspiration from Clever Television
  • Urgent Update: Free Writer’s Word Processor Giveaway
  • Share and Share Alike
  • Personal Themes Shining Through
  • Book: The Honorable Marksley
  • Researching Your Setting Using Google Earth
  • Finding the Time to Edit
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 3
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 2
  • Developing Villainous Characters – Part 1
  • Self-Publishers in the wilds of Amazon
  • Paper Evidence of a Writer’s Mind
  • Another one off the schedule
  • Thursday Fifteen: Book/Fiction Marketing
  • Villain Month
  • First Draft B Complete
  • Thursday Thirteen: Exercises to Prevent Carpal Tunnel
  • WIP: A New Beginning
  • Thursday Thirteen: Tools to Research Setting
  • Book: Neverwhere
  • Guest Post: Stay the Course
  • WIP: Dragging my Feet
  • Writing for the Love of it
  • Guest Post: An Introduction to Fantasy Novels
  • Guest Post: Writing on the Go
  • WIP: A Writing Update
  • Book: Silent in the Sanctuary
  • Want to be Showcased on Worderella Writes?
  • 31 Questions when Choosing an Agent
  • Book: Arranged Marriage
  • Mark Twain’s Tips on Writing Well
  • Five Tips on Character Building through Adversity
  • Book: The Deception of the Emerald Ring
  • Self-Published Authors and Taxes
  • Book: North and South
  • Beta Males Revisted
  • Relating to my Characters: Penmanship and Fountain Pens
  • To Everything There is a Season
  • Book: The Masque of the Black Tulip
  • From the Notebook: All About Lovers
  • Book: The Rules of Gentility
  • Refresh Your Writing
  • Book: Wildford’s Daughter
  • Plot Snafus and Hasty Research
  • 2007 Reading Stats
  • The new year cometh
  • Happy Holidays, Haitus
  • Books Writers Should Read
  • Announcement: Feed Update
  • Book: Bath Tangle
  • Book: The Time-Traveler’s Wife
  • Book: Evening
  • From the Notebook: Dickens’s Dictionary of London 1888
  • WIP: First Paragraphs
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: Never Let Me Go
  • Books on Display
  • “Gender Genie” saves the day
  • From the Notebook: Victorians and the Environment
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 3
  • New Blog Layout
  • Book: Silent in the Grave
  • Book Meme!
  • Article: Hold on to Your Plot Part 2
  • Article: Hold On to Your Plot Part 1
  • Quote: Tight Plot
  • Book: Hurricane Moon
  • Mini-card Marketing
  • Storyboarding
  • A Recent Conversation
  • Quote: Effective Openings
  • Leg/Back Pain
  • Being Worderella
  • Book: The Extra-Large Medium
  • Moving Woes
  • Book: The Wayward Muse
  • Book: The Glass Harmonica
  • Quote: Try, Try Again
  • Tension Tips
  • Quote: Failure to Please
  • The Importance of Theme for Organization
  • Quote: Big Ideas, Small Words
  • Book: Liszt’s Kiss
  • Eight Writing Tips by Vonnegut
  • Book: Stardust
  • Writer’s Digest Website Contest
  • Horror Fiction
  • Book: Poison Study
  • Book: A Poisoned Season
  • Book: Miss Wonderful
  • Quote: Honest Assessment
  • Playing with Structure
  • Quote: Open a Vein
  • Hurting Our Characters
  • The Heart of the Story
  • Book: The Thirteenth Tale
  • Quote: Just Do It
  • Playing with Structure
  • From the Notebook: Inside the Victorian Home
  • Quote: Start Straight Away
  • Good-bye to Miss Snark
  • Book: Paperback Writer
  • Quote: Live Writing
  • Book: Hood
  • Overdone and Cliche Titles
  • Quote: A Novel Tells the Truth
  • Tragedy, Haitus
  • Quote: Portrait of Himself
  • Book: The Bronte Project
  • The Need to Write
  • Book: Animating Maria
  • Top Seven Traits
  • Quote: Write, Write, and Write Some More
  • An Update
  • Book: The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
  • On Giving Feedback
  • Book: How to Read a Novel
  • Book: The Grand Sophy
  • Good-bye to POD-dy Mouth
  • Editing Tips
  • Procrastination
  • In French, Chat Chapeau
  • Book: The Moon is Down
  • Romance Writing Tips
  • Shameful Admission
  • On Writing Romance
  • Quote: Novels are Today’s Mythology
  • From the Notebook: Victorian Courting Customs
  • Building Novel Templates
  • Keep Your Writing Sharp…By Reading A Lot
  • Quote: Embellishment
  • Down in the Marketing Trenches
  • Quote: The Plot
  • Unique Selling Propositions
  • Book: A Mankind Witch
  • Can’t Slow Down
  • The First Thing a Reader Sees is the Cover
  • Trials of an Editor
  • Angela Booth’s Top 10 to Help You Write More
  • Happy New Year, Get Studying
  • Quote: New Year’s Resolutions
  • Book: Once Upon a Marigold
  • Book: The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars
  • Miss Snark’s How to Write a Hook
  • Book: Green Rider
  • Book: The Slightest Provocation
  • Official Rules for Writing Victorian Historical Novels
  • Linking Squee
  • Quote: Daydreaming
  • Re-Writing Woes
  • Book: St. Ursula’s Girls Against the Atomic Bomb
  • Book: A Hole in the Earth
  • Suggested Reading
  • Re-Writing Breakthrough
  • Research: Text and Games
  • Quote: Rewriting
  • Apostrophes and Bibliophiles
  • Agents, Agents, and more Agents
  • Quote: Characters
  • Big News
  • From the Notebook: British Peerage
  • Ponderings
  • NaNoWriMo
  • Book: The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • And now for a brief message…
  • Withdrawal
  • C’est Finis!
  • Exciting New Links!
  • Test Your Title
  • Book Trailers
  • Writing Update
  • We Have the Power!
  • New Website Layout
  • Fairy Tales
  • Sweet vs Spicy
  • Woe is I
  • From the Notebook: Bringing Fiction to Life
  • Creating a Title They Won’t Throw Back
  • Mischief Managed
  • Time to look for an editor…
  • Creating Convincing Characters
  • Writing an Amazing Fiction Query
  • Writerisms
  • Synopsis Writing
  • The Importance of Theme
  • Couple of Quotes
  • The Lake House
  • Website Update/Writer’s Block
  • Mr Beta Male
  • Four Writing Tips
  • Self-Publishing Experiences
  • Spotting Disreputable Agents
  • Self-Publishing
  • Writing Update
  • Making the Most of an Author Website
  • Guide to Book Publishing
  • Book: Book by Book
  • Book: Bright Arrows by Grace Livingston Hill
  • Book: Firebird by Mercedes Lackey
  • Main Character
  • Character Archetypes
  • Nifty Online Plotting Tools
  • Why Historical Fiction?
  • Building a Character
  • Writing Believable Dialogue
  • Capturing the Setting
  • Fun Character Building Links
  • Book: Deerskin by Robin McKinley
  • Book: Winter Rose
  • Book: Chasing Shakespeares
  • Discussing Fiction
  • Book: Elantris
  • Book: The Book of Atrix Wolfe
  • I’m still alive, I swear
  • Winter Quarter
  • Certain Death
  • Research
  • Class Updates
  • General Updates
  • New Layout
  • The New Year
  • Layout Complete
  • Site Changes
  • Scrapped Again
  • Oh Dear
  • Site Updates
  • Word Count
  • Changes
  • WIP Update
  • The Muse Calls…
  • Novel Unveiled!
  • Reading: An Abundance of Katherines
  • Lucky 7 Excerpt from my Young Adult Civil War manuscript
  • Don’t Break the Chain, or, Tracking Writing Habits
  • Researching 1800s Grove City, OH
  • How to Run a Successful Book Launch Party
  • Using a (Galaxy Note 8) Tablet to Write a Novel
  • Historical Romance Week
  • Revelations Leading to Researching Grove City, OH
  • Using Evernote as my Distributed Brain
  • Ten years
  • Guest Post: Beating the Thriller by Michael Seeley
  • Relying on Writing Exercises
  • Eight Months at a Dry Well
  • Take a Library Tour
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: The Ghost & Mrs. Muir
  • A Month of Ghostly Loved Ones: Hamlet
  • How to Continue Following Worderella via Email or RSS
  • 10 Irrational but Nonetheless Persistent Fears I’ve Picked Up from Reading Adult Historical Romances
  • Teaser: The Friendly Suffragette short story
  • 3 Movies to Rejuvinate my Writing Mojo
  • Romance is About Making the Tough Choice
  • An Emerging Theme in My Writing: Fathers and Daughters
  • 8 Writing Truths I Learned from the Berenstein Bears
  • Belinda’s B-Day Giveaway
  • Utilizing Pinterest for Writing Inspiration
  • When Someone Reads Your Writing
  • Keeping Track of Financials using Outright
  • Requesting Beta Readers for The Rebel’s Touch
  • Haunting Miss Trentwood Audiobook
  • Such a Slump
  • Life as a Writer’s Block
  • Kentucky Unionist Slaveholders?
  • Old Maps Online
  • When Awesome Happens: To My Old Master
  • Smashwords Gifts and Underground Railroad Stealth
  • Reading: Cry Wolf
  • Interviewing Linda McCabe
  • Bleeding on the page
  • The Big Question
  • Eep! NaNoWriMo Around the Corner?
  • Four Projects Which Pique My Interest
  • I Love the Internet
  • The Pros and Cons of Living a Historical Romance Novel
  • Why this Author Loves Her C Grade
  • Five Ways to Recharge your Writing Space
  • Determining a Character’s Big Goal
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