Head Case release 9/14/2018 from Evernight Teen and today I thought I'd post a teaser! Allyson has been in a coma for the last nine months. What’s worse, she can hear everything the doctors say. She knows they’re keeping her in a coma and that she’s at the mercy of the hospitals First In … Continue reading Head Case Teaser
Happy Saturday peeps! I just got home from my paper route, but I'm hoping all y'all are getting to sleep in (lucky dogs). I wanted to write this post because I have some news. It isn't really good news, but it isn't super bad news either, because they say when one door closes another one … Continue reading Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
For those of you who have been following my own personal writing, you know that I've been re-writing my Robin Hood/Sleeping Beauty retelling. Going back to look at something I wrote almost five years ago has forced me to re-evaluate one critical aspect of my manuscript. My characters. Characters are hard. It's difficult to come … Continue reading What’s In A Character?
Creating characters is hard. Sometimes it can be difficult to create a realistic personality. Characters can be based off of real life people, or ones from TV or movies, but how can you dig deeper? How can you give them more life? My literary agent recommended I look into astrology. That requires extra work, but … Continue reading What’s Your Sign? Character Development
One day it happens. You're blessed with a budding idea of joy. That little character you hold in your hands, the pride you've spent months cultivating, stands before you. You test the waters with hair coloring, eye shape and the perfect lips by scouring pinterest. Eventually you settle on that perfect character, the one the … Continue reading What’s In A Name?
I am a lone wolf. I am solitary. I have spent my days within my own mind, capturing the essence of worlds I can't live without. I have written all the words, spent my time paring them down to perfection until the world glitters like a million stars and the characters shine in their brilliance. … Continue reading 10 Critique Partner Commandments, or Bestst CP EVER!
It's about time I updated the blog and I've heard good things about WordPress, so I thought I'd make the switch. I'd been busy writing for the Relentless Writer's blog, but with some of the women giving birth and others trying to focus more on their agenting then personal writing, the blog is being put … Continue reading Word Vomit