I think it takes an avid reader to write good fiction. Books teach us all, inspire us, allow us to escape reality for a while and explore other worlds. I love to read, although I must confess that I do… Read More »Reading List
Status: In Progress Synopsis: Just what will it take for Amelia to get her life back to normal? Had it ever been normal to begin with? The answer is waiting for her in her kitchen. Sitting at her table, pointing… Read More »Blood Debts
Okay, so it took me a while, but I found a widget that works on this blog and doesn’t mess up. Yey for me. And you, because now I get to share what I hear or listen to when writing… Read More »Huzzah for Music!!
Status: Finished 1st Draft Short Synopsis: Okay, so warping her scientist sister’s research and trying to make herself a shape shifter probably wasn’t the best idea. But at least Hailey finally got the recognition she deserved. That would be great…… Read More »Blood Trails
It always comes to that at some point, doesn’t it? I am sitting here, starting at the computer screen, one and a half chapters away from finishing a story, and it’s like trying to pull a hairclip from a wooly… Read More »Writer’s Block
There are artists, and then there are writers. Some people will tell you that writers are artists, too. I agree with this, but I make a distinction – and for a very good reason: To admire an artist’s work requires… Read More »“Oh, really? What do you write?”
No sooner have I started this blog than my computer decided to go senile. I am having to do some serious, and very time consuming fixes to see if I can make it work again. So far, no luck. I… Read More »Technical Issues
Hello, and welcome to my blog! It’s not much yet. A work in progress, if you will, but don’t get discouraged; there’s more to come soon. You probably don’t know me, so allow me to introduce myself. My name is… Read More »Greetings!
Status: Finished Short Synopsis: What makes us good or bad? How far does moral obligation stretch? When Dara called the police about a murder she witnessed, she knew she’d end up taking the fall. After all, it’s not like she… Read More »Blood Moons