“But people themselves alter so much, that there is something new to be observed in them for ever.” -- Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice So what does an author write about when she has a writing competition for word count and massive writers block? Well I could refer to my blog about Busting Through Writer’s Block OR … Continue reading My Current Project: #Authorslife
All Mantras come from Anxiety-gone.com This week I am barely sleeping and barely eating. This is normal right? So naturally, unlike when I was too young to know better, I sought out mantras to help me pass through this week of being brave. “Release all worry and celebrate what could go right.” When September started, I … Continue reading The Growing Monster of ‘What If’
I'm posting in response to The Word of the Day Challenge: Taciturn Each book I write, at least one character has a book that is their go to book. The one that they can compare all of life to. And in this one, it is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. But this new her, the … Continue reading Word of the Day Challenge: Taciturn
This character is one of my favorite ones to push and discover. Enjoy the confrontation he needed. Layah was looking over the shots and wondered where that paparazzi was even tucked away that no one noticed them at all. He tutted falsely, “You are making the wrong reputation for yourself.” he said snidely. She looked … Continue reading Fictional Friday 9.14.18: A Man Named Haunt
He considered her, “You wish to recreate what I am.” he accused. She shook her head, “I am trying to un-create that which you have created.” His eyes narrowed and she knew she had his attention. “Besides the respect you have, and control you get, do you like yourself really?” she asked him pointedly. His … Continue reading A Snippet of Haunt
I am a firm believer that the characters in my books should treat each other with respect and kindness. It goes back to the fact that the hero of many romances can be a touch taciturn and a lot like an ass. Perhaps I am hoping to help humanity in this case. I am tired … Continue reading Fictional Friday: Why Does He Get the Girl?
I am posting this for Singledust because she wished to see what a song could bring to life for me. Many of my novels come from songs and music. Music adds spice to my life and I appreciate all different kinds. This one came from Lindsey Sterling's Beyond the Veil. To give some context, this girl is … Continue reading Haunting Wilderness: An Excerpt