Tag: Writing

Review: Bloomsbury Girls by Natalie Jenner

In this follow up to her incredible debut THE JANE AUSTEN SOCIETY, Natalie Jenner delivers a heartfelt story about the importance of friendship, the strength of love and the impact of the written word.  There is so much warmth and comfort in...

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Telling A Better Story About Myself

This morning I typed THE END on the first draft of my seventh novel. That means, in the past month, since I shared about not being able to write any words, I’ve written about 15,000. Ah the rollercoaster ride of a creative.  This book was a...

My First Rejection

You never forget your first. I know that saying is more often used in reference to something else (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) but the same sentiment can also be applied to rejection letters. Recently, while sorting through boxes of papers in my home...

NaNoWriMo 2020 Success!

This year has been a complete dumpster fire. But amongst all the anxiety, concern, pandemic baking and home schooling, there have been a few moments to celebrate. I had one of those tonight at 5:42pm when I tracked my words for the day and...

Q&A with Sherri Leimkuhler

It’s been a month since my debut novel released into the world but I will never forget the first time I was able to say, “Today I am a published author.” For Sherri Leimkuhler, another one of my wonderful fellow 2020 Debut authors...