With quarantines quickly becoming a new normal for the moment, I think we can all agree most people aren’t used to being stuck at home for long periods of time. Suddenly being contained in one place can be tough to weather. As a writer who works from home, a well as a natural introvert who doesn’t mind being at home for weeks at a … Read More 100 Things to Do at Home
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Today, Jan. 20, 2020, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day – a federal holiday that celebrates the Civil Rights leader’s life and legacy. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr. King was the chief spokesperson for nonviolent activism in the Civil Rights Movement, which successfully protested racial discrimination in federal … Read More #MLKDAY – A Day of Service
It’s coming up on the end of the old year and beginning of the new, and you know what that means… Goals. Look at how you did on the old ones and set some new ones to keep that forward momentum. I do this every year for personal and professional goals. Let’s take a look at those author ones. 2019 ACCOMPLISHMENTS I had a … Read More 2019 Accomplishments | 2020 Goals!
About twice a year, my friend Nicole Flockton and I rent this gorgeous cabin in the woods outside La Grange, TX and we spend the entire weekend writing. It is the best time! Granted, my poor hands and brain are exhausted at the end of it, but still the best time.
*Originally posted on Fresh Fiction, July 2019! Can you judge a man by the way he kisses? A kiss is a personal thing, made even more so by how a man feels about the person he is kissing. As a reader looking for the next great book boyfriend, what kind of kisses peak your interest? Soft and slow? Hard an demanding? Tension filled and … Read More Which Dragon Shifter is the Best Kisser?
*Originally posted on Writerspace.com July 2019! I often write characters who are either immortal or who live a much longer lifetime than a human. I also read a ton of books with similar set ups. Every so often I run across a review or a comment pointing out how a five-hundred-year-old person speaks like a twenty-five year old in the current time and that … Read More “Old” People, “New” Talk?
*This article appeared on Writerspace.com April 2019! My nephew asked me the other day, in the way only teenagers can, “Why dragons?” First of all, I’m not quite sure why anyone would ask that. Seems pretty obvious. However, my answer was, “Can you think of anything cooler?” Dragons fly and breathe fire. Boom. Coolest things ever. On top of that they are beautiful, in … Read More My Top 10 Movie Dragons