I’m on a virtual book tour right now for my fiction piece, A Whiskered Perspective. It’s a cat story for adults with a relationship twist: dating a narcissist. This is one relationship goal you don’t want to have.
Miller thinks she has found love but her cat, Pumpkin, tells a darker story. Not all love is equal, even if you desperately want it to be.
All it takes is a great smile, a winning personality, then when they’ve got control the switch flips and you start to deteriorate under their loveless gaze. Not if your cat has anything to say about it.
Check it out today!Read More
My biggest hurdle with writing is I will type a sentence and put the wrong word down; do you sea what I mean? I try to edit things carefully before I publish or send out emails, but things still slip through the cracks. What’s your biggest issue with your passion?Read More
What does a typical work week look like for you? For me, since I am a teacher, my summer workweeks shift dramatically from what I do during the school year. More time for hustles and hobbies, but always working.Read More
I’m re-releasing my first published book, Jumping on the Trampoline. Due to a scandal it had slipped through the cracks and fallen into oblivion. Now, for the first time ever, it is available as an ebook.Read More
What do you think about religion, about God?
There are so many issues that are glossed over, or not addressed, or sometimes addressed inappropriately.
Mental Illness; abortion; suicide; loneliness; the point of it all.
I’ve taken what I have learned over the years, coupled that with my life experiences, and written a book, God is a Mob Boss, about these taboo issues. Because “You’re going to hell,” is not the way to reach people.
I once read a post where a prolific author was asked how he comes up with ideas. His answer? He is plagued with ideas. My brain is like that—it’s always thinking something up. What about you? Does your brain feel like it’s always on?Read More
I don’t know about you, but I have been super busy this quarantine. After I work on my classes all day, recording lectures and making online assignments, and of course, online meetings, I wind down by working on my writing biz. I try to write a blog a day, and do a little writing on […]Read More
I’ve got some new stories in the works. So this week is my high school’s spring break, and like so many other schools in Texas, we are extending our break out. Which means lots of writing time! One is completely written and is in the polishing stage. It will be a novella instead of a […]Read More
One of the things I like about writing horror is the complexity. It plays on so many emotions and viewpoints, rather than just ahhh! The monster killed again! Blood and gore everywhere! What does that monster represent? How does it impact the reader’s life? Some of the best horror I’ve read wove a path of […]Read More
Writing is kind of second nature to me. I really like doing it, and I consider it painting with words. When I read or write something a movie plays across my mind. Because of that, I can read pretty fast, as long as an image is forming for me. Now with technical stuff, I have […]Read More