J. E. H U N T E R

A writer of young adult fiction specializing in self-publishing, creativity, and writing.

Young Adult Book Review of Bone Crier’s Moon by Kathryn Purdie I got this beautiful edition of The Bone Crier’s Moon by Kathryn Purdie in an Owl Crate box last year, because yes, I am a sucker for bookish goodies. Give me not only pretty editions signed by the author, and gorgeous smelling candles to …

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I’ve been wanting to dive a bit deeper lately into what I do. Since switching over to full-time writing again last September (September 2020), I’ve been readjusting to the life and schedule of writing full-time. Previously, when I had a high-pressure job, writing was something that I slipped in on the evenings and the weekends, …

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Whenever I’m writing full-time, and writing moves from hobby to job, I find I need a new hobby to do during the evenings and on the weekend to help me recoup form all the mad writing I’ve been doing all day or week. Lately, I’ve discovered junk journaling. I’ve always journaled, and my journals have …

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It’s one of those weeks… Even though it’s frigid outside, and blogging has been on my to-do list, it just hasn’t been getting done. Finally, finally, I’m sitting down in my chair to give you all an update on this years, 261,000 words in a year goal. I got a great kick start on this …

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Hi all, I know it’s already been a few weeks, but welcome to 2021! I’m trying to not get my hopes up for this year, but I am crossing my fingers that I’ll be able to get out a bit more in 2021 and do some writing in the cafes. I miss writing with people …

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At this point, everyone knows that 2020 was a year for the record books. But I think most of us are unsure what to feel about it. Should we be sad, angry, or motivated for something better in 2021? My personal feelings aside, 2020 was a decent year for my writing work. I shifted from …

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I’m very happy to say that I’ve ‘won’ NaNoWriMo. I finished my 50,000 words the other day, which has pushed me well ahead of schedule in my goal to write 261,000 words in a year (I’m already half way there and I only started at the beginning of September). I’m not done the novel I …

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It’s almost halfway through NaNoWriMo 2020. If you decided to join me and many other writers this year and stay home and spend all of November writing a novel (maybe your first, maybe one of many), than hopefully you’re a good chunk of the way in by now. My NaNo is going great, though I …

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