Dare I Say it?

Writers Block. That evil thing that prevents one from moving forward on a work in progress (WIP). And I have it bad. I can't get past this point in my WIP because I have a lack of connection with the characters. FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. My characters are alluding me. It's as if they … Continue reading Dare I Say it?

The Old Laptop

When I was going into high school, my stepfather (my late stepfather) gave me a laptop. It was/is a 15", 64 processor, purple, HP Pavilion g series laptop. Of course it was given to me because school work would start requiring a computer. But also given to me because my stepfather knew my deepest dream. … Continue reading The Old Laptop

Goals for 2019

I cannot believe that it is already almost a New Year! How time flies! Resolutions will be made by all. Instead of resolutions, I'm setting goals.  Refusing to let the next year go by the seat of my pants, I'm going to be very intentional about my time and how I spend it. Post at … Continue reading Goals for 2019

Individual of the Week- Lexi

I want to start this week's Individual of the Week interview off by saying that this young woman is one of my favorites. She has gotten me through some hard stuff just by her comments, communication with me, and her wonderful book Basket Case. Please check her out as she is a lovely young woman … Continue reading Individual of the Week- Lexi

A Guide to Claiming a Scaredy Cat

Have you ever read paranormal romance? Have you read an anthology? No? Let me introduce you to your first! You have? Guess what! This is your next new read. The authors of A Guide to Claiming a Scaredy Cat worked extremely hard and were so much fun to be involved with. Read an interview with … Continue reading A Guide to Claiming a Scaredy Cat

A Review: Basket Case by Lexi Vranick

“Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.” ― Francis Bacon, The Essays On 10/12/18, a book arrived in my mailbox. On 10/12/18, I devoured that book in pretty much one sitting.  I commented on a twitter post by one of my favorite tweeters for … Continue reading A Review: Basket Case by Lexi Vranick