False labor, Braxton Hicks, prodromal labor, prolonged labor: these are all the most annoying terms an expectant mother can hear.… Read more Brandon Hickles!
Pregnancy is weird. I’m convinced that women’s bodies are made of elastic. We can grow and bend and push a… Read more Waiting to Pop
How many readers actually buy books because they found them on Twitter? I’m about to find out. When I first… Read more Yes, I committed Twittercide
Tomorrow is the big day. Election time a-go. When people get angry about how others vote or who they specifically… Read more Don’t Tell Me How to Vote
Part of being a writer is putting life under a microscope. But life itself is often questioned in politics, science,… Read more What is Life? (Looking at all sides)
Modern parenting magazines want more politically driven stories than what I have to offer. Today I just want to share… Read more Dancing with My Daughter
https://litreactor.com/columns/storytelling-this-aint-church Read my latest article where I preach about preaching because preachiness can get too preachy sometimes.
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’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?
The “Why do you write?” question is everywhere. At this point I can’t even tell if it’s rhetorical or not… Read more Why do you write (publish)?