If you follow me on Twitter you are probably aware that I really love Lizzo. I didn't know about her until her song Good As Hell became somewhat popular, but I've loved her ever since--and I'm so glad that she is getting the recognition that she deserves. I think she is creative, funny, fun, smart,… Continue reading We Are All Enough
The Excuse of Ignorance
One thing that I've heard writers say a lot that I can both relate to--and somehow not understand at the same time--is "I don't know how to <blank>." It is almost always a reason why they can't start their story now or move forward in regard to trying to find an agent or self-publish...it's often… Continue reading The Excuse of Ignorance
There always comes a point in every career where a person has to reassess what they are doing, how they are doing it, and if they want to keep doing it.
Indiscernible, That’s What We Are
So, how does a writer fully convey to a reader just what a relationship means for the two characters in question?
What’s Simple Is True
Lately, I have been trying to figure out whether or not putting my pronouns in my Twitter bio is the right thing to do or if I felt that it was redundant.
T’ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do
All creatives (people in general, really) have a different path.
Why I Stopped Reading Reviews
The main reason I avoid reviews is this: I have finished writing my book and published it...
Country Song, Lead the Way
Dialogue, the back-and-forth banter between two characters, can really help a writer's creativity sparkle.
Sunday Q&A Wrap-Up Bonus Post
You may or may not know, but I did an author Q&A for the #WritingCommunityAuthorsPanel on Thursday, August 1st. It was an AMA (Ask Me Anything) style affair that was a little chaotic but so much fun! However, after the fact, I realized there were a few questions I didn't get to answer. In fact,… Continue reading Sunday Q&A Wrap-Up Bonus Post