On December 5th, 2020, I had a lovely brunch at the house of one of my very good girlfriends. We were celebrating friendship, the holiday season, and the end of the last four, horrible years. When this group of women
Today I thought I’d talk a bit about my experiences with both self-publishing and traditional publishing. While there are tons of differences between these two publishing choices, there are many similarities as well.
Over the years, I’ve made plenty of mistakes when it comes to both my writing and my writing career. But this video is about one of the lessons I need to continually remind myself of.
As you may have guessed from my Monday post, I’m sometimes behind the curve with regards to the latest and greatest reads. I generally buy many of the most buzzed-about books in any given year but they often sit on
2020 was the first year I ever participated in the Goodreads Reading Challenge. At the beginning of 2020, I decided I would try to read one book a week so I set my goal at 52 books. Well, I didn’t
I’m excited to share with you information about my next book! I already shared this with my newsletter subscribers weeks ago, and they’ll also be the first to see the new book cover once my publisher finishes with it. If
I’m giving away 5 signed copies of Her Perfect Life on Goodreads! Click the link below to enter! Good luck and happy reading!
Two Quick Notes: I’m giving away one signed copy of Her Perfect Life over on Instagram today. Here is the link so you can head over there and enter! I finished the first draft of my next book! I haven’t
I don’t know why, but this writer’s life always seems to unfold in either a creative feast or famine. And as I’ve said in some of my more recent posts, these last several months have been nothing but word starvation.
Mental Health Mondy and I thought it would be fitting to talk about productivity during these quarantine months. In short, for me, it’s been a huge struggle. Between the news about the virus, disruption of life as I typically know