Of course your story belongs to you. But that’s different from owning your story. That requires more than copyright. You… Read more Owning Your Story
Yup. Here I am, looking at the decade of 30. Next Sunday is my birthday and the start of two… Read more Looking at the decade of 30
I’m not immune to stress. Which is I want to have some real talk about dealing with overwhelm in this… Read more Real Talk: Dealing with Overwhelm
I get it. Writing history into fiction is a super cool idea. But, there’s a tiny problem. How do I… Read more Writing History into Fiction
I think I have a problem. While in the heat of NaNoWriMo, I also made a podcast series called, “The… Read more The Blood Dealer Podcast
Oh friends, what have I done? I agreed to do the NanoWriMo 2019 Writing Challenge. Oh dear. What’s NanoWriMo, you… Read more The NanoWriMo 2019 Writing Challenge
Some surprises you can kind of see coming. Others hit you out of nowhere. Don’t be afraid of them. Let the unexpected surprise you. See it all as an opportunity.
By collecting words and stringing them together into story tapestries, I am sending out love. As love compels me to collect quotes, it also pulls me to pouring out that love into writing. Friend, I write to reach your heart. Wherever that might be. Because you deserve it.
Our bodies may not live forever, but our souls can. Our words can. So if you find yourself grieving, tell a story. Let someone else share in those moments of love. Keep their memory alive. Share the hope you have.
I often notice how my frustration affects my writing. Like a distorted camera lens, my thoughts become warped. I can’t quite focus. What I write is never quite right in my mind. The internal compass of my mind starts to lose course.