I haven't sat down to write anything creative in nearly a month. I haven't worked on Sirens (Frigid Nights), I haven't written a creative sentence, and I haven't written a blog in a long time. I apologize to those who were holding their breath waiting for the next post, but I needed it. I needed to … Continue reading The Art of Not Writing
I've been away from my blog, away from daily writing, and it was a much needed break away. I didn't realize how much I needed it until I saw how many days it had been since I last wrote anything meaningful. I had a bunch of days off work where I planned to write and … Continue reading Some time away
I've been trying to keep up a steady schedule when working on the first edit of Frigid Nights but with work and life, it's not happening like I'd like it to. I rarely have the time to work on the edit and when I do, I feel no motivation or desire to sift through my mistakes … Continue reading Editing can be such a drag…
Finishing the first draft of your novel is best described as relieving. Your story, albeit in rough form, is finally down on paper and out of your head. It's finally tangible and real. It's freeing because you don't have the looming feeling hovering over you that you need to put it down. You've done that … Continue reading Why the First Edit is the Best and the Worst
My first novel, Taking Chances, has been republished and is available on Amazon by Forever Morris Publishing! I'm so excited to have it published by a firm that can hopefully bring more publicity to it than I could have on my own. It's currently available in paperback and Kindle and will be set for open … Continue reading Taking Chances Re-Published!