I survived the North Dakota winter--a very different experience from mild SW Washington winters. Here's a few things that got me through it.
I moved to North Dakota. I wrote a poem in an attempt to process it.
I wanted to write them, but my heart is too heavy.
Confessions of where I've been, what I've been doing, and plans for the future...sexy...
What if the difference between writing your book or not comes down to believing in yourself or not? The same applies to any dream or goal.
It's a tale as old as time—a mystical fable with a princess, a frog and a not-so-fairy-godmother. A parable that explores Mark Twain's frog eating advice and procrastination.
A Native American hunter respects the animal, leaving its soul intact as he makes the kill and strips away at its hide and flesh. Tim Burton did not afford the same respect to character Emma Bloom from "Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children".
Consistency is more important for your goals than motivation! Here are 5 ways to overcome the inconsistency.
The cover of "25 Imaginative Meditations to Spark Creativity". So it's a bit on the small side, and it's a total derailment from my big novel, but I finally published my first book on Amazon. Part way through this project, which I began while my beta readers and editors had their way with my novel,… Continue reading I DID IT! First book published.
“So what have you been up to lately?” I made eye contact with my hairdresser in the large mirror as she used a comb to section off my hair. I’m going to do it, I thought. I am going to be brave and tell her I wrote a book. “Well, I wrote a book,” I… Continue reading No One Wants to Hear About Your Book