• Desk With Calendar, The Weird Magic of Intention in my 2018 Year, Karen Hugg, https://karenhugg.com/2019/01/04/weird-magic-of-intention #writing #books #novel #writinglife #NewYearsResolution #intention

    The Weird Magic of Intention in my 2018 Year

    I’m not really a New Year’s resolution kind of person. I try to keep little resolutions throughout the year like exercising every day and not spending too much time on social media. But in reviewing my 2018 year, I realized I did have one resolution: to change my intention. It…

  • Rachel Thompson, Austin Kleon, Nancy Blanton, Darren Rowse, Shaunta Grimes, Leigh Shulman, Nick Stephenson, 7 Experts on Author Marketing You Need to Know About, Karen Hugg, https://karenhugg.com/2018/12/17/author-marketing-experts/ #books #marketing #author #brand

    7 Experts on Author Marketing You Need to Know About

    This year, I discovered several influencers who rocked my world. Their advice changed everything from the fonts on my blog to my artistic career. They inspired me, guided me, educated me. While I’d been creating fictional works for years and mostly ignoring my online presence, I realized that 2018 was…

  • Seahawks Glass on Desk, Thinking “Why Not You?” in Your Writing Career, Karen Hugg, https://karenhugg.com/2018/12/20/writing-career/ #Whynotyou #writingcareer #RussellWilson #Seahawks #novel #books #writing

    Thinking “Why Not You?” in Your Writing Career

    What does writing have to do with sports? Sometimes a lot. In 2016, I wrote a blog post about Russell Wilson, the quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks. Wilson, while in high school and college, was outstanding at both baseball and football but really wanted to play football. Unfortunately, he’d been…

  • Why I Wrote a Novel About a Tree That Sings: Part Two, Karen Hugg, https://karenhugg.com/2018/11/15/cat, #cats #SongoftheTreeHollow #novel #Seattle #fiction #books

    Why I Wrote a Novel About a Tree That Sings: Part Two

    In Part One of this series, I wrote about how my affection for trees and the idea of plants making vibrations inspired me to write Song of the Tree Hollow. Today I’ll address the other piece of the puzzle: the sudden experience of my cat dying and coming back to life.

  • Why I Wrote a Novel About a Tree That Sings, https://karenhugg.com/2018/11/12/tree, Karen Hugg #tree #novel #SongoftheTreeHollow #Seattle #book

    Why I Wrote a Novel About a Tree That Sings: Part One

    Hey everyone, I’ve published a short novel called Song of the Tree Hollow. It’s a literary mystery about a young woman who discovers she has a magical touch with plants — and unfortunately, a dark family history. It was fun to write, and one of my warmer, quirkier stories. I…