I published the first book in the Men of Steele series, Blind Fury, more than six years ago, and originally drafted it almost 10 years ago. (Holy cow, where does the time go?) It’s safe to say my writing has changed a little—hopefully for the better—since then. So, while waiting for editorial feedback on Blind
🎉 🎉 🎉 The first draft of book 6 in my series is done! There are few things that feel better than finishing a book. Especially since this one took longer than usual, for no discernible reason—other than maybe a few world events messing with my concentration…?—and it feels great to have the hard part
I hope this moment is a tipping point in helping to overturn the systems and institutions in our country that justify their existence via racist ideas and practices. As a white woman, I recognize my privilege and want to be part of the change. It’s an ongoing process of learning and unlearning. If you want
Hey, I’m over at WriterUnboxed.com today with a bunch of handy Scrivener tips for you. Stop by to learn more or ask me a question!
Did you know more than 43 million adults in the United States lack basic literacy skills, two thirds of whom are women? As a lifelong reader and writer, literacy is something I tend to take for granted. For those living without strong skills in reading, writing, and basic finance, it massively affects their job prospects
I don’t know about you, but my mind is constantly “on.” I’m thinking ahead to upcoming interactions, coming up with strategies to meet my goals/deadlines, ruminating on past conversations, trying not to care what others think of me or my social media posts, figuring out how to improve my relationships, running through book ideas, planning
Happy Halloween! I was at my first-ever major league hockey game last night and the announcer said the average American eats more than three pounds—yes pounds—of candy on Halloween. How’re you doing on your pumpkin-sized stash so far? If you can roll out of the house after eating all that candy, I’ll be on a