Scars

Or: Why does one of my main characters have a prominent facial scar? A rough white scar ran diagonally across his right cheek, from under the outside corner of his eye, down to the corner of his lips before it curved down his chin to his jawline. His upper lip pulled at the scar, and …

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Coincidence? Providence? AKA: My testimony

Today I'm going to do something a bit different. This post might not be for everyone, and it's on the longer side. Because today, I'm sharing what in Christian circles is referred to as a testimony. Basically, the story of my walk with Christ. Things are going to get...vulnerable. Now, typically, this blog is for …

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Writing and Life Update

Check out my new Facebook page for updates, book geekiness, and excerpts!http://facebook.com/selinargonzalez/ Hey, all! It's been a minute. Clearly, I am doing exceedingly well at my resolution to blog once a week. Sigh. Oh well. Life trudges on. Life Update I am working suuuuuuper part-time from home doing social media/advertising stuff for a small Colorado-based …

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#WIPJoy : Things to see, things to eat, and lines to break your heart

Happy Monday! (If such a thing exists.) I decided to do one blog post for this week’s #WIPJoy prompts! Let’s dive right in. 4. Things to see in your WIP (aesthetics welcome!) Me with my claymore, aka one of my favorite swords. Swords. Lots and lots of swords and daggers and knives… I have an …

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#WIPJoy: What I love about my book-in-progress

Happy February! Over on my Instagram, I’m participating in the #WIPJoy challenge, hosted by Bethany Jennings and SD Grimm. But I wanted to talk a bit more about today’s prompt, things I love about my work-in-progress, than really works on that platform. I also decided to combine it with tomorrow’s prompt on introducing my MCs. …

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