There is one lesson that I wish I had learned early in my writing career because it would have saved me from so much pain and procrastination. It is the idea of starting where you are.
I feel like I’ve told … Continue Reading
I have a bit of a competitive streak, I will admit. My husband would most likely classify it significantly larger, but I digress.
This last year for National Novel Writing Month (2014), I had some amazing online … Continue Reading
One of the problems with being a goddess is that we glow. No, I’m not talking anything like the inner light of a woman with child, but more along the lines of a lighthouse in the darkness.
This causes issues when … Continue Reading
The sun rose as Lily unlocked the door, slipping into the quaint flower shop at the perimeter of Town Square. As she passed her hand across the aged wooden counter, it welcomed her home like an old friend.
Her … Continue Reading