How To Publish With Kindle Direct Publishing

Kindle Direct Publishing is the newest trend in the writing community. It gives you the opportunity to skip the agents and publishing houses and get your books right into your reader's hands. There are, however, some questions you may have about using the service. This post is going to look at some of the questions … Continue reading How To Publish With Kindle Direct Publishing

On Moving On…

I don't remember much of last winter. I was too buried in grief colder than any squall. The sharp bite of bitter wind was a welcome distraction from the sickness of my heart. I put all the things he gave me in the back of my closet, not brave enough to throw them in the … Continue reading On Moving On…

Nothing Is Okay

“I wish him a lifetime of safety and platitudes, a soundtrack of fluorescent lights humming. I do not wish him me, though. Never me again.” Dry Cake Wishes and Tap Water Dreams Rachel Wiley speaks to everyone who has ever been made to feel like they weren't good enough in a past relationship. And … Continue reading Nothing Is Okay

Sunday Pep Talk | NaNoWriMo 2018

Hello lovelies! Happy Sunday. I hope everything is going well for you all. We find ourselves at the starting weekend of NaNoWriMo, and for those of us participating, it can be difficult to stay motivated and inspired, as well as fit the time to write into our busy lives. But that is the point of … Continue reading Sunday Pep Talk | NaNoWriMo 2018

Hocus Pocus Writing Tag

Thank you once again, Jane, for tagging me in a fun writing meme! If you don't follow her yet, go check her blog out! 'Tis the season for Halloween, and what better way to get in the spirit than with a Hocus Pocus writing meme? If you're a writer, I'm sure you've thought about these … Continue reading Hocus Pocus Writing Tag