Hi, everyone. I finally finished my manuscript. Yup, you read that correctly. I finished my manuscript! Well – technically, I typed “The End” last August, but that first draft was in pretty rough shape, let me tell ya. Fast forward a year, and I’m working on the final edit. It’s a long road to publication…Continue reading Falling Forward – An Update on My Manuscript
Last Sunday, I had the absolute pleasure of reading Untimely Death by C.Yvette Spencer. It was my Mother’s Day gift to myself. And what a wonderful gift it turned out to be! Untimely Death begins with Maria who owns her own clothing store. The day starts like any other ordinary day with Maria tending to…Continue reading Untimely Death – It’ll Keep You Guessing!
First of all, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all the mothers out there a very happy Mother’s Day! And thanks to my own mother, I discovered many years ago that mothers always know best. Here’s to you, Mom! In celebration of Mother’s Day, P.D. Workman put together a fantastic list of book…Continue reading The Post Without a Name
As an indie author (me, an author? – whoa!), I’ve joined a number of writers’ Facebook groups over the past few months. Self-publishing can sometimes be a difficult and lonely road, so I’m always grateful for the support that these groups offer. Then a few days ago, as I was checking out a post…Continue reading An Ode to Friends and Books
I’ve loved reading for as long as I can remember. As a child, I’d visit my local library to borrow the maximum number of books for my age. On one of those visits, I noticed a woman checking out her own pile of books. I was so jealous because she could borrow more than me.…Continue reading Books, Books, and More Books
In this week’s post I’ve decided to include a fun little poem about coffee. I once joked with my husband that I’d write a poem about my favorite beverage some day. Then I got to thinking why not. I’m also including a site recommendation for indie authors and anyone who loves to read. An Ode…Continue reading Coffee, Books, and Poetry