Hello! We have finally made it to the final part of Snow Man. I have had so much fun sharing this story with you, and I hope you have enjoyed it, too! If you are just joining in, I urge you to read the first four parts before this one: Part 1 Part 2 Part... Continue Reading →
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Why Are Writers So Lucky During The COVID-19 Quarantine?
Because we can write anywhere. Anytime. Lock us up at home, tell us we can’t go in to work, but that won’t prevent us from writing! How lucky are we that our passion can’t be disrupted? If you find yourself locked down at home, this is our time. We can trade our would-be work commutes... Continue Reading →
Top 3 Tips On How To Improve As A Writer
As a writer, I am sure you have received plenty of advice on how to become a better writer. There are many ways to improve, but I have boiled it all down to three tips--the best and simplest tips I have learned so far. I hope this helps you in your writerly life! Want to... Continue Reading →
Why Should Writers Use Twitter?
For many people outside of the marketing realm, social media sometimes has a negative connotation. For us writers, that is definitely not the case. It's far more than scrolling through newsfeeds for hours or catching up on what celebrity broke up with their long-time boyfriend (gasp!). I would go so far as to say that... Continue Reading →
This Is Why It’s Okay To Stop Writing Your Book…For Now
This is a pretty scary title for those of you like me who wouldn't dream of giving up on your WIP. But what I want to talk about today is less about giving up and more about how to maintain a healthy and sustainable writing routine. Want to listen instead? Check out my audio for... Continue Reading →
The pale plate nestled in her grip. Knuckles white, she lifted the cold serving spoon. Under the heating lamps her skin tingled as she scooped the rice. Plop, 200. Side-step, coconut shrimp. Plop, 250. Side-step, orange chicken. Plop, 350 at least. Her feet shuffled her back to her seat among her family. She settled in her chair. 200. 250. 350.... Continue Reading →