The Edge

I remember the moment right before I sent my first draft of Catherine’s War to my editor. Excited? A bit. Scared? ABSOLUTELY. I was getting ready to share characters I knew better than anyone wi... Read More

Finding an Audience

Sometimes I think I may have done things a bit backwards. Some days I know I did. Always snuggled in the advice that I’ve received from publishing and writing professionals are the words: know y... Read More

Transition Events

I’ve always been the type of person to use outlines. I like going into a project with a map to guide me. It makes things easier and helps me stay on track when there are long breaks in my writin... Read More

Learning to Share

As children, we learn to share toys. From toys, we progress to sharing driving privileges with teenage siblings who also want to take the family car out to visit friends. College years bring the lesso... Read More