As a writer, I’ve learned that inspiration is unpredictable. I can go months without having a single moment where ideas and thoughts flow, and then, in a heartbeat, the floodgates open and I’m overwhelmed. Joyously overwhelmed.
Alright, so… romantic fiction? Yay or nay? As a reader, they’re my favorite kind of books to lose myself in and, as an aspiring writer, romance is, by far, my go-to topic. Trying to find good romance novels to read… Well, that’s a challenge.… Continue Reading “The problem with romantic fiction”
I’ve wanted to blog about my Surface 2 since I bought it back in October. Yeah, it’s January and I’m just now getting around to it, but better late than never, eh? Let me start by saying that you will find no hard technical… Continue Reading “Microsoft Surface 2 – a non-techie’s review of why she fired her iPad”
Decided to dip my toes into the waters of creativity here at WordPress by participating in this writing challenge.
I worked on my manuscript last night for the first time in months!!!
My favorite thing about summer are the lightning bugs. They’re soothing to watch and the very sight of them fills me with nostalgia. They take me back.
She wishes that she knew why the dreams keep coming back. They start a year after graduation, just when she’s finally sloughing off the last vestiges of childhood and trying to find her way in the world as a young woman. The first time… Continue Reading “Dreams (a short story)”
As I have stated in a previous entry, I’ve had a long-time ban on books written in first person POV (known as FPPOV for the rest of this entry). That ban ended, though, upon giving in and reading Colleen Hoover’s Hopeless, because then I… Continue Reading “The POV debate”