A month ago, we had our end of the summer hurrah by visiting a beach we'd never been to before - Bethany Beach, DE. We'd heard nothing but good things about it from countless people and needless to say, the anticipation for this weeklong venture was monumental. And then a curious thing happened. Between our… Continue reading How Bethany Beach made me a better writer
Dear friends, The next and final installment of my novella series, "Now I Sleep" is slated to be published by the end of this month. I'm sorry to say, that's just not going to happen. Phew! There! I said it! Honestly? I've been dreading telling those that have faithfully been following the series, that they… Continue reading Why I am going to miss my deadline; and this is a good thing.
I admit, I'm not a fan of sports. I definitely hate participating and don't often watch anything sports related on TV. So, I've never paid much attention to the various 'characters' that are active during any sporting event - particularly referees. Yesterday, I was at the gym on the the elliptical, trying to decide which… Continue reading Lessons from a referee and why they’d make great parents
Very excited to be leaving this review right now! Rebecca Ethington is one of my favorite authors and has been inspirational to me to publish my own work just this year! 🙂 'Of River and Raynn' is a brand new series she's created and I was fortunate enough to get my hands on an advanced copy… Continue reading Book Review: ‘Of River and Raynn: The Catalyst’ by Rebecca Ethington
So, I've been doing this writing thing for a while now. (Technically ever since I can remember.) Even before I published my first novella back in April, I had done months (read: years) researching publishing options, reading books and blogs on honing my craft and basically trying to figure out how to hit this thing… Continue reading My Beta is my Alpha and why I feel stuck
Recently I read a post by another blogger who posed the question to other writers, Are you currently in a writing mode? It was an interesting question, one I hadn't considered recently, as I've been caught up with things of life. My writing has always gone in waves, some months much more productive than others.… Continue reading The Inspired Writer