I love coffee. LOVE coffee. I would not be able to make it through my day without at least two cups. Usually more. I would never have finished my book had it not been for coffee. But there are coffee criminals out there with whom I have a bone to pick. (who? whom? I can never remember). Continue reading
Finally! I am so sorry it took me so long to get this sucker up. I have to give a shout out to S.C. Ellington for cluing me into the fact that there are fake text message generators in existence, and i didn’t in fact have to Photoshop all these texts. Woo Hoo! Go thank her by checking out her website http://www.scellington.com/ or follow her on twitter! @
One of the perks of being an author with The Wild Rose Press are the weekly chats held by the awesome staff. A few weeks ago the head honcho, Rhonda Penders, did a chat about pulling elements from your life experience into your writing. She used 9/11 as an example
When 9-11 hit, we all know exactly where we were and what we felt. But how many of us, as writers, have taken the time to write that down and chronicle it for the next generation. No one but the ones of us who experienced it will ever be able to tell how it felt when we heard about it. You don’t have to have been in NY or PA or DC to have had strong experiences around it.
I suck. That is all….
No it isn’t.
You may have noticed I haven’t posted here in a while. I sincerely apologize for that. But life is effing nuts! I know you can relate. Everyday I wake up thinking today is the day I will get everything on my to-do list done. Every night (ha, who am I kidding, I go to bed at 3 a.m.) I go to bed with my list five items (at least) longer.