Monthly Archives: May 2017
It has dawned on me that thus far, I’ve been painting myself as a ‘generic author.’ Part of that is my compulsive need to stay secretive, especially since I have a book in progress and I don’t want to reveal … Continue reading →
I’m one of those writers that absolutely adores editing — it gives me the chance to slowly think, meditate, and deeply connect with each paragraph without the risk of losing the flow of creativity for the overall story. Picture is … Continue reading →
When I was a kid, I used to pin my bright yellow blanket around my shoulders (the perfect universal costume, in my humble opinion) and play act having conversations with the characters from my favorite novels. I loved those hours … Continue reading →
Every time I read a novel, I experience two stories simultaneously — the one that’s written down on the pages of the book, and the one in my head of how I would have written it.