Why querying brought back a college classroom.
Lessons learned after twelve months of intensive story-telling—both fiction and fact.
Big dreams must be broken down into small steps before we can actually make them happen.
The more I write, the more convinced I am that revision is where the real magic happens.
Fiction with a large dose of salt tastes best to me.
Characters often come and go as I get distracted by other things. How then do they maintain such consistency in their smallest quirks?
Effective leadership and writing a story both require sticking to the plot.
Help me decide which blurb text will be the most enticing to book buyers.
This morning, paddling out into a very foggy harbor, I was reminded of the comparison between writing and navigation. In either case, as long as you know where you are and can see what’s just in front of you, you can feel your way, step
Finishing a book is terrifying, terribly exciting, and a little bittersweet.