Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Fish or Cut Bait?

Posted Jul 15 2018 in , , , , , , , , , , ,

I’m in Denver for the #RWA18 National Conference. I think this sculpture of the dancing ladies is particularly appropriate. This week’s topic at the SFF Seven is Why do you abandon a project? What would make you (or let you) finish it? Come on over to read more! Also, a new podcast episode below: First […]


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On Becoming a Sociopathic Writer

Posted Sep 10 2013 in , , , , , , ,

In the mornings, we get up at six o’clock, get dressed for the gym and leave the house via the garage. This means that, blearily stumbling about as I’ve been – not a chipper morning person – the moment we hit the button to raise the garage door is my first real sight of the […]



On Being Done – In So Many Ways

Posted Mar 29 2013 in , , ,

Jackson has figured out how to get up inside the TV cabinet. He’s still not sure why we stare at that screen, however. So, the Good News? I finished the book!!!! (Cue screams of joy from fans and various expressions of relief and eyerolling from family and friends.) The Bad News? Wow, am I tired! […]



Seven Things to Remember about Finishing a Novel

Posted Jan 29 2013 in , ,

The waxing moon was setting into an oncoming blizzard just at sunrise this morning. Amazing, swirls of cloud and color. I wish you all could have seen it. Last week, B.E. Sanderson, frequent commenter here, had a post on her blog about finishing manuscripts. She’s been doing a lot of interesting posts lately aimed at […]