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On Secrets and Personal Domestic Suspense
Everyone keeps secrets. When I traveled to Wisconsin with my daughter and sister, the secret I held caused all kinds of stress. Click for my personal domestic suspense story!
Slack Off and Get More Accomplished!
Were you a summer slacker? I was lured away from my desk but accomplished more writing projects. How? Click for tips and tricks to use year-round!
I’m back! My Cautionary Tale of Plugins and WordPress Plans
After a month of broken links and images, and reverting from the Business Plan to Premium, I'm back with a cautionary tale. I thought I was meant for bigger things. LOL!
How to Maintain Creativity During Isolation
Have you found it hard to maintain your creativity during isolation? I have, but I have also found many ways to stay productive. Click for ideas!
I Finished NaNoWriMo – Now What?
I met this year's NaNoWriMo challenge with an open throttle and pedal to the floor hitting 50,000 words on Friday, November 15th. But I didn't celebrate. I wasn't excited at all. I still had to finish it. I was super close and had several choices, but worried about the ending. Remember, worry and doubt is... Continue Reading →
Why NaNoWriMo Works and It’s Not Too Late to Join!
Eleven days into the vortex that is NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, and I hit the 34,000-word mark on Monday. I know. I'm nuts. I have realized several things about myself, my writer's life, and the personality type that could help YOU write a novel in less than a month. If you can relate to any... Continue Reading →
A Sunday Morning Revelation and the Benefits of Waking up Early
Seven hour jet lag, starting last Monday, and a fall back to standard time has messed with my internal clock and I rose with the birds this Sunday morning. Okay, before the birds. I've been like this for a week now and had a revelation about waking up early. Nearly two hours later I got... Continue Reading →
My Favorite Ghost Stories!
Looking for a book that sends shivers tingling across your skin and keeps you awake at night? Here’s a list of my favorite ghost stories and creepy novels. These haunted page-turners are perfect for this time of year. They will provide great fodder for October book club discussion too. Mwahahahaha! Help for the Haunted by... Continue Reading →
How to Survive Criticism to Take Your Manuscript to the Next Level
No one likes to be criticized, least of all me. If the criticism hits my soft capuchin belly pie, it feels as if I am bare ass naked on stage, my flaws exposed to the world. It makes me defensive. Now, I'm going to have nightmares... BUT, if you're in the business of creating a product,... Continue Reading →