This past week has brought about quite a bit of change in our house. My husband went back to college at 36. I’ve been making adjustments with my schedule to accommodate exercise and healthier eating. We’ve both reorganized our spaces to prioritize staying on top of our goals and valuing personal time to work or
Welcome to the first Monday of 2019! We are just seven days in to a new year and I’ve been completely floored by how on top of my game I’ve been. I’m working hard on my upcoming release, Like You Mean It, and think I just might make my deadline, which I definitely didn’t think was possible when
It is no secret that 2018 has been a rough year for me and my husband. I’ve shared extensively the ups and downs we’ve faces through social media, so I don’t want to spend too much time addressing that here. What I want to do instead is place focus on the positives and hopes I
In the wake of some personal struggles this year, it has been hard to find the motivation to focus on writing.
We are one month out from Keep Away‘s release! I can’t wait for you to experience Charlie and Jeremy’s story. The really exciting news is that between now and releasing on June 26th, I will be giving away free copies of The Keeper and Keep Away EVERY. DAY. That’s right! Every single day for the
It’s been quite a while since I’ve thought about my own reading progress, as I’ve been so focused on working on my own book. Now that final edits are in, I finally get to take a break and look at some of the books I’m so excited to read over the next month or so.
There are a ton of emotions that fly at me when I finish up final edits on a book. I’m obviously thankful that the ‘hard work’ of writing is over. I’m tired and ready for a vacation. I’m nervous that I missed something in the editing process. I’m afraid no one will like it. But
I’ve been playing around with Charlie and Jeremy’s story in my head for the past year. I didn’t think I was ready to write it, as I had another story on my mind. But in October, the motivation to wrap up the stories of some very beloved secondary characters from The Keeper was overwhelming. So
I’ve had a lot of questions recently, both from friends/family and people who have reviewed The Keeper online, about what is happening next. So hopefully this post will help clarify with you the direction I’m moving and projects that are upcoming. First, I want to say that yes, I have started working on Keep Away,
I’ve been a writer all of my life. That has never been a question. When I was a kid, I wrote weird stories about mermaids. When I was in junior high and high school, I wrote stories about my own life, fictionalizing my experiences to create dramatic flair and recreating relationships with guys I had