Wondering where I was? If you don't follow my Instagram or Facebook or simply want more details on where I've been the last several months I've spelled it all out for you. With 2018 over I have plans to start fresh.
My life right now is a work in progress. My husband and I are in the midst of a divorce that came as a surprise to both of us. I came to a point in my life where I realized that we both wanted different things and no matter what we did it wasn't going … Continue reading Work in Progress
Sometimes we pick our friends and sometimes they pick us, but there is always a reason we call them a friend. I thought I would share the reason for my dedication in my newest set of books Dragons of the North.
I published in January with no clue what I was doing, especially about marketing. Now between a full time job being a mom and continuing to write I have to learn as I go. Here are a few things I figured out along the way and a few things I'm still discovering.
Have you ever wondered how to get started on your writing career? First of all you have to write. This post will give you some tips and insights on the best way to go about that seemingly daunting task.
Get your copy free on instafreebie. Nisha has great sway over those around her and it threatens to tear her people apart. Will Nisha learn to harness her potential before it's too late, or will her whole world crumble around her?
This post talks about my latest writing obsession. It gives my thoughts about my writing this past year.
About a month ago I did something I never thought I'd have the courage to do. I sent my novel For Their Sins into a publisher. So here's where things get interesting. This past Saturday at well past 1 am I checked my email just before bed and saw an email from said publisher.
My point with this rather unusual blog is to remind you that its ok to take a break. Disappearing from social media for a week probably wasn't my best idea but its what I needed. My head is clear now and the ideas are flowing.
It was never about what we did for my parents. It was always about the time we spent together.