Monthly Archives: March 2012
Most of the books I read tend to be part of one series or another. I become attached to characters. I like to read more about them. I must know how their story turns out. I have to see the transformation; the redemption; the union of the love interest (which we will know will happen, … Continue reading
The blog is directed at writers, but it could apply to anyone. Everyone wants to know the secrets to a better life.
I have a very special blog for you today. It is an excerpt from my fantasy novel, Kaylee Nevins and the Dragon Ring. This scene is told from the point-of-view of Dedwin, a side character that Kaylee meets on her journey through Azinia. Kaylee was looking for an inventor who could help her fix something. She … Continue reading
Everyone’s heard the phrase, “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” Obviously, it is more than the literal interpretation of the phrase. It means to prepare yourself and be ready for opportunity. In terms of writing, this means to stop aspiring and start being. Here are 3 ways to do that … Continue reading