Category: writing

I believe that I can

I believe that I can
Ten days ago, my world was full of promise as I completed the final draft of my book Suppression, and began the process of acquiring an agent to get it published. Today, I received the second rejection letter of the two agents I sent my query letter to. I know that it is only two, but I also... Read more »

The End or just the beginning?

The End or just the beginning?
After years of writing and revisions, I am done with my third book. Suppression is… A futuristic novel set in 2135. Twenty-four year old Peyton lives with her parents and her brother, Parker, in one of the few civilizations remaining and thriving in what is left of America after everything and everyone was almost obliterated... Read more »

What keeps you up at night?

What keeps you up at night?
There are only two things that can keep me up at night. One is a good book. As I finish each chapter, I promise myself that I will put the book down and go to sleep after just one more chapter. That one chapter becomes two and then three. The last book I read, The... Read more »
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Who wears cowboy boots anymore?

I wrote a fiction book called Riding Waves in 2014. Sometimes I like to read all or parts of it and try to imagine what I would think about it if it was written by someone else. Writing is an interesting concept because I am often too critical of the words I write, but other... Read more »

Why I write and write and write

The question was posed “What’s the favorite thing you’ve ever written and explain why you feel this way.” There has never been a time that I was not writing. I started out as a young girl creating short stories as well as lengthy diary entries describing my day and my thoughts about the world around me.... Read more »