So, Lily Oak at Hedge-Witchery liked me enough to put me up as one of her Featured Authors. Squee! Not just squee because I love attention (which I do), but because I feel honored. Someone chose me. I didn't ask. She was so impressed with my writing, she did this on her own.
And that's bloody awesome.
I've been caught up with rewrites, and being sick, so I haven't done much of anything this week. Of course, a lot of people are at the Romantic Times convention. I can't wait until I'm at a point in my career that I can consider going to a convention. Working full-time, and having people dependent on that income makes it a little hard to think about traveling and going to cons.
Skimming through author's blogs on one of my writing boards makes me realize something about myself; I don't really want to teach about writing, nor know how to. I've been told I have a great voice when I'm making some statement, but I don't really feel it. What room do I have to teach others? I don't know how to explain what I do. I've just been studying and working at writing for years.
Besides, there are others out there who can teach way better than I can.
My decision, then, is to not ever really post about how to write. If prompted, I might talk about my own process, such as it is, but being a teacher just isn't in me. Which is going to make my guest post in October really strange. o,.,o