Author Archives: jilldefeliceart.com
My first published piece. Now available in the Spring issue of Jersey Shore magazine Spring 2017
Short Story Success
I can’t believe it has been a couple months since my last post. My art muse and the holidays took their tolls on my writing time but I am back making a concerted effort to carve out the time needed … Continue reading
Just want to wish all of you a very happy, safe, and fun Thanksgiving holiday! I haven’t been at the easel much lately. My inner crafter kicks in as Christmas approaches so I have been busy w… Source: Happy Thanksgiving!
Carving out the Time to Write
It’s not always easy to find time to write. Often there is this nagging voice inside your brain that says, you should be writing. Most of the time it is far too easy to ignore this voice but when NaNoWriMo comes … Continue reading
Tips for NaNoWriMo
I got a call from a reporter a few days back with questions for NaNoWriMo newbies. While there were some misquotes (I am revising my first NaNoWriMo book but not as part of this year’s contest) I was thrilled the … Continue reading
Day One results
Well, in spite of my woeful lack of preparation, I got off to a terrific start with about 4300 words on opening day. The kick-off write-in at Tuckerton Seaport had a total of two, yes 2, writers but that did … Continue reading
Kick Off Day!
I have less than a week to get ready for this year’s National Novel Writing Month and I am nowhere near ready. But that’s okay. Really. Because it doesn’t matter if I finish the month with 50,000 words in the … Continue reading
Selling at Art Fairs and Festivals
Well, this weekend I take the plunge to sell my art locally at the High Fliers Art Market on LBI. I shut my eyes, held my nose, and decided not to stick my toe in the waters. Instead, I am jumping… … Continue reading
I keep telling you I am a lousy poet (and I am) but for some reason, I have been inspired to write more poetry lately. Today’s inspiration is a painting I have been working on. It is called … … Continue reading