Problems? 5 tips to save your resolutions before they crash and burn.

In late 2014, I was overcome with a host of strange symptoms that I couldn’t pin on a particular illness. My face blazed with a blush that wouldn’t stop. My heartbeat was quick and irregular. And – wow – that vertigo. It took my legs out from under me and made me feel like I … Continue reading Problems? 5 tips to save your resolutions before they crash and burn.

When life gives you lemons, turn them into something resembling lemonade. [Interview with Author Gabriel Wright]

Indie authors have held a special place in my heart for as long as I can remember. As an indie myself, I know what it takes to write, edit, publish, and market a book all on one's own. It's hard - but it's also incredibly rewarding. The author I'm talking about today knows exactly what … Continue reading When life gives you lemons, turn them into something resembling lemonade. [Interview with Author Gabriel Wright]

Breaking Stories Down to Resonate with Readers with Christine Frazier. [Interview]

As a writer, I rely on a lot of resources to keep my mind sharp and my writing game strong. I love reading about the deconstruction of stories, what makes characters tick, and the other habits of writers - which is a big reason I started my interview series for the blog. Today's interviewee has … Continue reading Breaking Stories Down to Resonate with Readers with Christine Frazier. [Interview]

Writing to Live: You call it a hobby; I call it my lifeblood.

"Why do you write?" This is one of those questions we writers all get a lot. It may come in different forms, but it's always the same idea. What makes our brain so different that scribbling (or typing) is the only way we can make ourselves feel sufficiently heard in the world? Usually we get … Continue reading Writing to Live: You call it a hobby; I call it my lifeblood.

Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck

Last month, I asked a few of the peopole in my writing group for a guest post, and Emily Selleck was one of those who was kind enough to oblige. She's a riot - fun, happy, and full of great ideas. This is her take on that most hectic and brilliant of adventures: NaNoWriMo. Why … Continue reading Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck