I participated in a Pandora’s Box book discussion over at All About Romance on Sarah Morgan’s new romance Maybe This Christmas. Sarah Morgan’s Maybe This Christmas is the third in her O’Neil Brothers series. The first two (Sleigh Bells in the Snow and Suddenly Last Summer) received a B+ and an A- here at AAR.Continue reading “Pandora’s Box”
I’ve spent the last few weeks thinking about planning my NaNoWriMo book. Please note that thinking is the key word there. I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to take 12-ish years worth of ideas and slap them on paper as an outline that is actually of any benefit. So far, I haveContinue reading “I Think I’m Not a Planner”
I have, in the past, halfheartedly said I would do National Novel Writing Month. I even had one April where I started Camp NaNoWriMo. However, after about 5,000 words I realized that the story I was working on wasn’t clicking and I needed to let it go (at least for the time being). However, IContinue reading “November, Here I Come”
Yesterday I received the exciting news that, on the merit of my writing sample and personal statement, I have been admitted to the MFA Writing program at Lindenwood University. I am just awaiting the final admissions decision from the admission department, but I’m not concerned about that at all. I had previously been taking classesContinue reading “An Acceptance”
The first ever short story I wrote and, now, my first ever publication went live today! Its a sort of YA/Horror thing. Katie waved to her boyfriend, Jake, trying to signal him to get his car out from in view of the house. He had the headlights turned off, but there was still a chanceContinue reading “It’s Here! My First Publication!”
I received word yesterday that my short story, “She Knit”, will be included in the Wild Horse: Women on Fire collection, which releases for Women’s History Month in March 2015. Now, to stop celebrating long enough to send in my bio and picture.
It’s a cool night shortly before Halloween and, in a normal suburban house, a group of people has gathered together in a dimly lit room. They sit in a circle of chairs in a living room, not unlike any other, but they are here for a rather unusual reason. Tonight, these people have comeContinue reading “A Spirited Evening”