Read My Book, Please

Any time I get a chance to speak to a published author, whether they be traditionally published or not, I always have a tendency to ask the same question. I ask because I still haven't really gotten a good answer, and it's an important one to me. Particularly since it's likely that I'm going to … Continue reading Read My Book, Please


They Say to Write What You Know

I'm generally of the mind to take the phrase "write what you know" with a grain of salt. I'm a fantasy writer, even if the "fantasy" means the daydreams of a high school kid. But with several of my jobs, I've spent more than a few days saying "oh god, if I wrote a book … Continue reading They Say to Write What You Know

Vlogs and the Video World

I'm not sure if I've touched on this before, but since I wrote two blogs last week and almost forgot to write one this week because of it, I suppose I need to say SOMETHING! Ahem. So let's talk about something I've been wondering about for a while. I have at least one friend (Denise … Continue reading Vlogs and the Video World

NaNoWriMo Week 2: Never Give Up!

This is a great sentiment for Week 2 of NaNoWriMo, but honestly...we all know why I wanted to write this. Capt. Taggart has the right idea. Notoriously, Week 2 is the hardest week of NaNoWriMo. All your great ideas from Week 1 are gone, you hate your novel, you're positive that every word you've written … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Week 2: Never Give Up!

NaNoWriMo Week 1 – Is It Secret? Is It Safe?

For the month of November, I'm taking it as my civil duty to help out the Wrimos of the world. If you've been around for a while, you may have seen my guest post last November over on Denise Drespling's blogĀ (if you're new in town, you can read my post here) about how I believe … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Week 1 – Is It Secret? Is It Safe?

Don’t Tell Me What to Think

Again, I'm cheating a little, but I liked this topic. I send out a newsletter every Wednesday (which anyone is welcome to receive, if they don't already!) which tries to lend some mid-week inspiration to my fellow writers. After struggling with the topic myself for sometime, I've tackled the concept of taking advice. What follows … Continue reading Don’t Tell Me What to Think