I stopped drinking almost two years ago because I was sick and tired of being sick and tired. I guess it just stopped being fun. I wanted to challenge myself to go without beer. To see what a clear mind would feel like.
If you’re a writer, you should be familiar with Writer’s Digest. And if you’re a subscriber, you know the buzz that comes from pulling the latest issue out of your mailbox. Always a happy surprise. Not quite like finding a stack of letters from every single agent you’ve queried saying they’ll do anything to rep … More #booksforwriters CREATING CHARACTERS
Tomorrow is my birthday. This weekend is my fortieth-high school reunion. Thanksgiving and all its hoopla is on the doorstep… It’s kind of a trifecta for naval-gazing–throw in a funeral and it could be a perfect storm.
It’s getting close to Thanksgiving and you might be feeling as dry as your Aunt’s turkey. If that’s the case, here are five writing prompts to help you on your way. This month’s focus is on characters. Feel free to use the tag-line prompt or not… Remember, freewriting is just balls to the wall writing. … More Freewrite Friday – November 2017
I’m not going to lie. I’m ambivalent about NY Times bestselling author Ruth Ware’s third novel. There are no spoilers ahead and the title is linked to Amazon: THE LYING GAME, Ruth Ware; Scout Press/Simon & Schuster, July 25, 2017. 368 pages. Psychological suspense is hot, hot, hot right now–especially titles targeting women readers. And … More Foxy Bibliophile: The Lying Game