A Writer’s Option Overload

Last week I talked about the happy and sad of finishing a series. Now I'm gearing up to writing something new. The problem? Well...my brain has decided to give me way too many options. I already mentioned that I have been working on a possible new series, but I have a couple other ideas that... Continue Reading →

The Happy and Sad of Writing ‘The End’

I just finished reading through my last book in preparation for sending my two manuscripts to my proof editor. And if you didn't know this, as a writer there is something bittersweet about ending a book and a series. On the one hand, you are so exuberant about typing 'the end' and sharing the series... Continue Reading →

When You Least Expect It

Last week I waxed poetic on my blog about the wonder of spring and how the snow was behind us. Apparently Mother Nature read my blog and thought she would play an April's Fool joke on me. When I woke up on April 1st I was greeted with snow on the ground and blowing snow... Continue Reading →

Here’s To A New Beginning

Writing can be a rollercoaster. The excitement of going up that hill, sitting at the top, and then racing down again while bringing readers along with us is a wonderful experience. But what you might not realize is that we (the writer) have to ride that rollercoaster over and over again, laying the tracks out... Continue Reading →

My Ideas Runneth Over

Last year, I told myself that I couldn't think about a new series until I finished the demon books I was working on. It was like a reward for getting the job done. I did finish those books, and like I talked about in my last blog, I resurrected an idea and have started a... Continue Reading →

A Writer Had to Stand in Line

Today I had to go to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to renew my driver's license. In Ohio, we call it the BMV although other states call it the DMV. But, I digress...so I got to the office bright and early to stand in a social-distanced line so that I could take care of business.... Continue Reading →

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