The Day I Died

I never review books on this blog, but today I'm going to talk about a book I recently read that I think might interest some of you. From time to time I've mentioned my ongoing battle with depression and how it has affected my life, particularly my writing (or more specifically my inability to write). … Continue reading The Day I Died

New Year’s Writing Resolutions

I've never been a fan of New Year's Resolutions. Probably because I'm not very good at sticking with them. Maybe some of you are like me: in the past we've vowed to lose every ounce of excess weight, work out three hours a day seven days a week, keep a spotlessly clean house, stay caught … Continue reading New Year’s Writing Resolutions

It’s Been A While

Wow, I just stopped by my blog to see how long it had been since I posted something and I was shocked to discover it's been nearly a month! My only excuse for this serious lapse in blogging is that I tend to get very single-minded when I'm writing. I finished writing another YA paranormal … Continue reading It’s Been A While

How To Be A Writer

Aspiring writers often wonder, "How can I be a writer? What do I have to do? Do I have to have a degree or take a class?" Well, I've got the answer and it might not be what you expect: WRITE. That's it. If you write, if you express yourself by using words, if you string … Continue reading How To Be A Writer

The Best Marketing Advice Ever

Over the past few months, I've stumbled upon some brilliant marketing advice thanks to the talented and incomparable Kristen Lamb. If you are a writer (published or aspiring) you must subscribe to her blog. If you're looking for marketing advice, Kristen's blog is the place to go. But, if you're looking for a list of  loathsome … Continue reading The Best Marketing Advice Ever