Myers Fiction July Newsletter


Welcome back my nugs! I’m so excited to be on the writing horse again after this month-ish-long break! For those of you who missed my reason for being gone for so long, please check my previous post here. Since I haven’t been writing since late, may I can’t say I’ve made much progress on my novel or my short stories. Life, you know? Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who kept following me in my temporary absence. Your continued support means everything to me.

What to Expect:

Continue to look forward to the Frozen in Line series, as these will continue to the end of September. If you’ve just joined the Myers Fiction family, the first episode is here. Please enjoy. I look forward to hearing your opinions on the story line and how it has developed. This month’s book review will address the YA Fantasy novel Elo, by E.A. Cross. I found this one in a #writerslift on Twitter and the cover immediately pulled me in. I can’t wait to read it. As mentioned in my previous writing tip post, I’ll begin the conversation on all things characters beginning next Tuesday.

Favorite Quote:

Taking the Chance:

The thing is, no matter what you try to do in life, everything is a chance. You may find some guarantees, but there’s still a chance they’re not right for you. So today’s little tidbit will be short, but I thought it’s something good to remember. Life is nothing but chance. You have a chance to write today, and there’s a good chance you’ll find something worthwhile in that writing. Or you have a chance to not write today and reconnect with your family more. Whatever chance you choose pulls your life in its own direction. Take your chance on writing today, and by chance, you might find something amazing.

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