Tag Archives: Liv Olson

Keeping Tabs on Thomas

It’s a good feeling to finish something that took nearly six months, and to be pleased with it. I’m talking about completing the sequel to Signs of Struggle, my debut novel in the general fiction field. I had no intention … Continue reading

Posted in A Far Gone Night, Signs of Struggle, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The ladies, they love me (or, more accurately, Thomas)

In the last few days I’ve had two very interesting people provide observations on my debut novel, Signs of Struggle. They are both female, astute, interesting, and opinionated. They are also well-read. One is twelve years old and the other … Continue reading

Posted in A Far Gone Night, Family, Signs of Struggle, Writing | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

On my way to where I need to be

John Irving once wrote that he spent half his life revising. I can relate, with multiple revisions made on my first novel, Signs of Struggle, before I turned it loose. SOS is the first of a series of mystery novels … Continue reading

Posted in A Far Gone Night, Signs of Struggle, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment