A haunting cover opens up to a story told by witty, bantering characters who somehow manage to cope and even thrive through an extremely bleak war.
Freelancing has evolved from oddity to commonplace, but some aspects remain the same.
Finishing a book is terrifying, terribly exciting, and a little bittersweet.
The beginning of summer always opens our minds and hearts to possibilities.
Riding waves instead of riding shotgun, there’s no speed limit—and a lot less traffic.
When things go wrong, priorities shift quickly from competition to safety.
Writing fiction from a different chracter’s perspective usually leads to insights about the story itself.
This summer, I’m saying no to plastic single use cups.
Even after a story seems locked in, I sometimes have to re-ignite my big picture imagination.
When we focus on projects that excite us, we do our best work.