Tag: Redemption

First Line Friday — More Redemption!

Posted December 18, 2015 by Amanda Shofner in Amanda's words
First Line Friday — More Redemption!

Sometimes when you’re writing, you create a character who just sort of… makes you laugh. In Redemption, that’s Hal. (Whose name will probably change, although his personality won’t.) Unrequited feelings are tough, but Hal doesn’t let that stop him from attempting to “romance” Mel. I’m still in the process of edits, so that means things might […]

Tag Line Tuesday — Mel from Redemption

Posted December 15, 2015 by Amanda Shofner in Amanda's words
Tag Line Tuesday — Mel from Redemption

Tag Line Tuesday is all about sharing the—you guessed it—tag lines from books. It doesn’t necessarily have to be about a book; our tag line could be about characters, series, or settings. Whatever helps us create buzz about our writing. I’m in the process of working through Redemption and because I shared Mel’s first line last […]

First Line Friday — Mel from Redemption

Posted December 11, 2015 by Amanda Shofner in Amanda's words
First Line Friday — Mel from Redemption

Today I’m sharing the first line(s) from Mel’s POV, one of the main characters of Redemption. Since I’m in the middle of writing, certain things might change, but here’s a general idea of what it’s all about. They say you can never go back. Eight years ago, Ian Anderson left Minneapolis and swore he’d never return, […]

Tag Line Tuesday — Redemption

Posted December 8, 2015 by Amanda Shofner in Amanda's words
Tag Line Tuesday — Redemption

Tag Line Tuesday is all about sharing the—you guessed it—tag lines from books. It doesn’t necessarily have to be about a book; our tag line could be about characters, series, or settings. Whatever helps us create buzz about our writing. I’m in the process of working through Redemption (did you know I finished writing the […]

When the Blog Goes Quiet — Goal Tracking

Posted November 4, 2015 by Amanda Shofner in Goal Tracking
When the Blog Goes Quiet — Goal Tracking

Hello, lovelies! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Despite my absence from this blog, I haven’t stopped writing—or blogging. Writing progress for the last couple months. Let’s talk progress, shall we? Here’s what my tracking spreadsheets reveal about my writing numbers lately. September: October: My October counts come purely from my 3o minute writing sprints in the […]