Any situation can be presented as a tragedy or a comedy. It is up to the writer to capture the… Read more Writing the Silver Lining
I love knowing how to do things myself. Everyday I wonder what I would do without this store or that… Read more Making Ink and a Quill Pen
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/51024846-walk-your-path I’ve said it before, I’ll probably annoy you by saying it again, I don’t care if you love, hate,… Read more Get your star(s) for “Walk Your Path” up on Goodreads
https://litreactor.com/columns/storytelling-this-aint-church Read my latest article where I preach about preaching because preachiness can get too preachy sometimes.
A lot of writers wish to be recluses. They avoid crowds. They enjoy being introverts. I am not that writer.… Read more Reacting to the Lit
https://litreactor.com/columns/so-you-want-to-write-women Writing women has become a big deal. Everyone’s picking apart every female character and it drives me nuts. Instead… Read more Write them the way they deserve
It comes and goes every year and I always forget to celebrate. I’m not even sure if I should. I… Read more 8 Years and counting
Mixing art and business sucks. It’s hell. Everything is based on “likeability,” “timing,” and “perception.” You could write the greatest… Read more Don’t Marry Your Work, but Take it Out to Dinner