Today I wanted to talk about one of the struggles that many writers deal with, which is finding time to write when you have a lot going on in your life.
I cannot believe that we are already almost halfway through February. Today I wanted to come back to my reading life and share the books that I read in January along with my thoughts on what I liked about them.
Today I wanted to discuss one of the struggles that many authors deal with, which is staying faithful to your current work when new stories enter your consciousness. It’s often hard, especially in the midst of a tough round of revisions or what feels like an endless cycle of edits to stay faithful to your current project.
In today’s post, I wanted to discuss my writing goals for the first quarter of this year.
Today I wanted to share a few of my favorite writing tools. Every single person is different and we all prefer different tools to write with. Throughout my life, my favorite tools have changed as my writing process has changed.
Today we are diving back into my reading life. I wanted to share with you ten books that I could continue to read over and over again without becoming bored.
Today I wanted to share a little bit about pens names and why I chose to use one. As some of you may know, I have chosen to write my thriller and horror novels under a pen name rather than under my personal legal name.
I wanted to share the background on my dream to be a writer. Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to be a writer. I adored reading everything I could and I loved making up stories.
One of my favorite traditions at the end of each year is creating a reading list for the next year.
I wanted to share a little bit about my writing life and a snapshot of what it looks like in this crazy season of life I’m currently in.