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Never been to a writer's conference? Just want to improve your game? I've got you covered.
Sometimes you can't pull yourself up by your bootstraps. How do you live with failure?
My characters show up in the most unexpected places. And sometimes they talk out loud.
Writing is a drug. And I am an addict.
Your flaws don't give you less worth. My thoughts on self-acceptance balanced with self-improvement.
Writing a YA superhero romance got me thinking. Here are some insights from my single life.
I’m going to be straight up with you. I’m a girl. Female. Woman. However you want to say it. And I write a lot of fantasy. My main characters also are often (but not always) female. But let me tell you what I’m not: I’m not a romance writer. I don’t have a girl-power agenda. … Continue reading Why I Decided Not to Use a Pseudonym (Even Though I’m a Girl)
The most important thing to know about writers: We do NOT control our characters.