J.K. Rowling provides her tips on how to write as well as the ups and downs of being a writer in this article. One topic she emphasizes is that you should write the way you want and to toss all the advice on writing what the market currently wants. This I found to be […]
Sarah J. Maas’s inspiring story of how Throne of Glass came to be is detailed in this interview on the UK’s Writers & Artists site. It’s an older piece, but Maas is a master, so it’s always timely. This article is a great read to know what her process of writing is like as well […]
This quick opinion piece I found on THE CONVERSATION looks at the progression of female protagonists in young adult fiction as well as how much further they need to change. This really made me think of the importance in having female protagonists that are not the majority and how they can help readers feel […]
It’s no secret that I juggle WAY too many things at once. I blame it on a type-A personality and a brain that runs in overdrive. Which is why my blog has suffered (BAD ME) and is also why I reached out to my key audience, young adults, and asked, “HEY! Wanna be a contributing […]
Yup. I finally caved and admitted I am juggling way too many things to keep up with my social media . . . which is where YOU come in. Details are below, but basically I need a mini-me. And because I get many kids asking me if they can volunteer to do XYZ for school […]
Undertow is part of the massive Girls Kick Ass ebook giveaway (because Eila Walker never backs down) – dozens of girl power books, all downloadable for free on BOOKFUNNEL. Check it out here: https://books.bookfunnel.com/girlskickass/f1fhh4u370 and load up your Kindle!!
Well . . . Frak. Createspace is getting eaten by KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing). Technically this shouldn’t be a big deal, and hopefully everything goes smoothly. In the mean time, you can do a few things to make sure the process doesn’t turn into a Frat house on a 5-day bender: Create […]