When I was a little girl, everything around me became a potential story-source. I viewed the world in a wholly unspoiled lens of imagination. Throughout each day, I would prattle on and on to myself, family, and friends my countless
On this gorgeous, springy day, I’m thinking a lot about health. Many authors are health-conscious and active, but there are certain inalienable truths about author life: //Writers sit. A LOT. Writers stare at a computer screen. A LOT. //Because of
As I’m writing this, I’m sitting in bed with my net book and relaxing while I blog. After working an 11 hour day yesterday, doing almost all the laundry in the house, sending off a manuscript to a beta-reader, making
No fancy picture for today, guys. Just my thoughts on the empty page. I’ve been somewhat under the weather the last few days and I’m feeling particularly “chill” for the moment. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about writing challenges.
Reading and Writing…to be an author, you need exceptional skills with both of these two activities. Many writers are so busy, they don’t take time to read. This, my friends, is a huge mistake. Some readers spend all their time