A few people have asked about the book, so here is a little update for anyone who might be interested. : )
After unsuccessfully trying to see Logan three times, at long last the fourth try worked out. The persistence was worth it. Besides the bloodiness and the swearing (a lot of it), I loved the movie. Here are my thoughts on the story (from irritating to good): Plot: the plot was pretty predictable, but met my expectations … Continue reading Logan
Some writing advice blogs suggest finding picture of what you think your characters look like; therefore, I've been having a little bit of fun with this.
There are many reasons why I love to write, but three of the main ones are: it's amazing to create something out of nothing, you can write and re-write as many drafts as you want, for as long as you want, and, it's really fun to put your characters through crazy adventures! Thank you for … Continue reading Why I love to write!
Mirror of Sparrows update, with a focus on journals (thank you Erin and Ben), my amazing freelance editor, Ellen Brock, and my attempts at scene structure. Wishing you a very happy new year! Thank you for watching!
Some days, you wake up and nothing seems to get done...and after I made this video I realized I filmed it the wrong way...oh well! it was for lack of caffein : )
It's amazing how writing can teach us about ourselves. In an earlier draft of the novel, my protagonist pursued all the wrong people, and my editor called me on it. Why would anyone want to read about someone so naive, illogical and misguided? That was a major eye opener, not just for the story. I … Continue reading Learning about myself