What are you up to these days? Lately work has been barking at my heels with this semester entering into the final months and prep work for spring classes underway, but with that added stress comes my favorite stress reliever: writing. Check out today’s post to see how I’m coping with classes and what’s coming down the pipeline for this writer chick. Be in the know for stuff that might make you go whoa!Read More
Have you ever been stressed and looked back at the decisions you made in life? Where you would have gone had things been different? My biggest regret is not getting back into my writing sooner. But I plan to keep at it, and am dropping 5 new books around October. Stay tuned!Read More
Today my post is about the new covers I’ve just released to re-tool previous books and celebrate upcoming ones. Winged Cats? Relationships? Thrillers? Cat poetry? Check.Read More
So in keeping on with my winged cat mojo this year, I have released my newest book on Amazon: Motivation with Winged Cats.
It’s a collection of quotes, motivating non-fiction snippets, and littered with digital winged cat art. If you’re looking for a pick-me-up, this is your sign.
I’m switching gears a little and working on a non-fiction motivational book. I’m adding my own created images via Photoshop and am looking forward to seeing what you think once I get everything situated. I’m having a lot of fun working on this, and hope you enjoy it too if I can pull it off.Read More
I’m staying busy with my writing, considering new strategy and working on sequels and new stories. I think my favorite part of writing is to think up something, then bring it to life on paper. I love the feeling I get when I play out the story as I write (I’m definitely a pantser most of the time).
But it’s important to also take time for yourself: some relaxation time; perhaps a little yoga. I hope everyone is staying safe and keeping healthy as we all gear up to where life takes us next.
Everyone judges books by their covers—they are the lifeblood of book sales. I use to design my own, but recently have opted to have a professional design most of them. I think they look awesome, and my readers agree.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
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