I will be going back to my second favorite city on Friday and I couldn't be more excited. Well, I guess I could say I was more excited the first time around simply because it was my first time going and I'd never experienced it before. Now, I'm incredibly excited because I know exactly what … Continue reading Shipping Up To Boston… Again!
My vacation is almost here and you know what that means... Time to write! I will actually have time to work on some stories and create something that y'all will enjoy reading instead of stupid update blogs that I know you grow sick of reading them as quickly as I grow sick of writing them. … Continue reading Short Story Series
The goal of this prompt was to write a parents view of a son/daughter-in-law in both a negative and positive light without giving explicit remarks about the person but unveiling those feelings through objects in or about a house. Hope you enjoy! Negative view. Katherine shuffled her feet as she took her nightly stroll around … Continue reading The Dreadful Gray Shutters
I've finally finished The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly, who now holds the top spot on my list of favorite crime fiction writers. This being Connelly's third published book, it already showed great maturity and better flow compared to his first novel, The Black Echo. The Concrete Blonde took me by surprise. I thought I had the … Continue reading The Concrete Blonde: Twists and Turns
Many writers struggle to get started. The common notion of writer's block comes to mind. Sitting in front of your computer, staring at a blank screen with a blinking cursor staring right back at you, each blink growing louder and louder the longer you go without punching the keys. It can seem pretty daunting and … Continue reading How to get your creativity flowing