https://litreactor.com/columns/dyslexic-author-is-my-favorite-oxymoron Why would anyone ever want to try and be a writer if they’re dyslexic? I don’t know. I’m dyslexic,… Read more Dyslexic Author is my Favorite Oxymoron
https://litreactor.com/columns/the-power-of-ray-bradburys-short-stories It’s Ray’s b-day. How could I not pay a tribute? https://litreactor.com/columns/the-power-of-ray-bradburys-short-stories
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
Fan fiction. Here we go. I don’t read it. Why? I prefer new characters, new worlds, new voices who are… Read more Circling the Same Track
It’s nice to revisit old things. I like to re-read Jane Eyre, Wild Ink, Matilda; books I love, shows I… Read more What is expected?
I recently met with an agent at a writing conference a couple of weeks ago. This statement in itself makes… Read more Agents are people too
It’s as important to know when to walk away in publishing as it is in bad relationships. I’ve been writing… Read more Pulling the Plug