Literacy Lunacy: Lena North’s Wilder

When Wilder’s grandpa and mom die, she sure she’s alone in the world. But, Grandpa Willy leaves her a final gift in his will – the truth that, Paolo, the only man she ever known as her father, is in fact not. After meeting her real dad, Hawker, Wilder’s life takes the least expected turn.…

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5 Things I Learned While Writing

I've worked on my novel for more than six years. On multiple occasions, I did full stops with writing. Luckily, I didn't give up and I've grown as a person and as a writer. Nearing the end of my revisions, I decided to make a list of some of the most important things I've learned…

What I Enjoy About Writing

I don't know where to begin. I love writing. It's challenging, but in the best way. "Writing. It hurts so good." And yes, it does. I write whenever and wherever. And that's the beauty of it. I make my own schedule and create stories to share with the world. Most importantly, I don't have to…

My Plans For Camp NaNoWriMo

Last week, I asked my sister what she thought I should work on for Camp NaNoWriMo. She arched a brow and asked, "Aren't you still editing your first novel? Did you finish?" "Well, no. But, I have two other novels that are half way through and an idea for a novella I want to start."…

A Bit of Thanks

Manners are important. They define you are as a person. It drives me crazy when someone can't manage a please or thank you. Too often, it's people who believed their entitled who don't say so. Whether that's simply them or a failure on their upbringing, I don't know. What I do know is if you…

Before It’s Too Late

Get ready because I’m about to get morbid. Death is my inspiration. I am literally dying as I write this. The same way you are literally dying as you read it. You’re in the future and I’m in the past. What we do during the time in between—and after—is up to us. Some pretend death…