The Evie Jones Anthology of the first four stories is on sale today and tomorrow for $0.99. Meet Evie Jones, a young witch stumbling into adventures, fighting the rules of her authoritarian government, and bringing the fire to everything from her career to her love life. 1. and the Crazy Exes: And she thought her … More The Evie Jones Anthology Is On Sale!
I’ve been flying a lot recently and on the planes they give you some TV shows to watch through their website. One I watched when I was too queasy to read was Girl Meets World. It was an episode where the kids are supposed to forgive someone and one of the girls wrote the … More You Can’t Be Afraid To Reach Out
Wednesday was my blog’s second birthday and my how things have changed. So this brings up a few questions: two years ago, where did you think you would be now? Right now, where do you see yourself in two years? One thing that always bugged me in job interviews is employers would ask that, and … More Two Year Anniversary! – Two Years Ago, Where Did You Think You’d Be?
I’ve been having some health issues lately and one of the recommdations from Dr Internet is to cut down on sugar. So I’m giving it a go. Here’s the thing, doctors will tell you to cut down on added sugar, and eat a lot more veggies and fruit. Dr Internet goes everywhere from that to … More Going Low Sugar
If you ask any writer what the biggest mistake a new writer can make is, they’ll give you a ton of different answers. There’s stuff about technicalities of writing newbies all seem to do (trust me, so did I), there are different plot mistakes, and there are things with characters. The one I’ll say is … More Your Characters Are Not You
Flying monkeys got serious attitude on the set this week. Mealy mouthed bitch getting passive aggressive in office politics. People being hunted in the desert and all that’s left is bones. Every Monday I’ll give you a wacky prompt or three to get you over the Monday blues and back to writing after (or during! gasp) … More Coffee Prompt Monday
First up, great post from Sarah Hoyt that inspired this. I know after yesterday a lot of us are tossing up our hands and trying to figure out what to do besides sit in a corner and cry. I didn’t particularly like Cruz, I was willing to vote for him to keep the worse critters out, … More What If There Is Hope?