Hi everyone! This week, I'm starting a new series, Dear Claerie. This series is similar to my author interviews, but specifically for other unpublished authors and writers to share their experiences throughout the process and hopefully interact with one another. I will alternate between author interviews, and Dear Claerie posts every Friday. First up, we… Continue reading Dear Claerie: With Caitlin Lambert
Hey, guys! Today I have an exciting announcement. My Twitter game #DreamWIP will be back July 1st with a new twist: This time is all about main characters! AND the game will be extended to Facebook AND Instagram, so everyone can join in! To kick off this adventure, I'm answering a few FAQs about this… Continue reading #DreamWIP: Character Addition
Interviewing this week's author was super exciting for me. Her new book, Jaded, comes out on June 27th, and the first book in her Golden Trilogy, a Goldilocks and the Three Bears dystopian retelling is currently available on Amazon. Please welcome, K.M. Robinson! Intro: What is your name, what do you write, and where can… Continue reading Author Interview: K.M. Robinson
5:55 is a free short story I offer on this page for all of my readers. Here is a quick preview in case you haven't read it yet. It was the first thing I wrote for my very first creative writing class in college. The assignment was to write a ten-page story. I was a sophomore at the… Continue reading Cut Those Words!
A few weeks ago, I finished writing chapter seven of the first draft of my historical fantasy novel and crossed the 100-page mark (yay!). I sent it off to one of my CPs, both nervous and excited about their feedback because the chapter focused on a big chunk of the backstory for one of my favorite characters.… Continue reading Keep or Delete?: The Importance of Being Flexible with Your Writing
Please welcome YA author J.S. Fields! He is the author of The Source Trilogy, and has generously made the second book in the series, The Isle of Brigadoon, FREE on Amazon from June 12-16 in anticipation of this interview! Read on to find out more! Intro: What’s your name, what do you write, where can… Continue reading Author Interview: J.S. Fields
This was originally a manifesto of sorts that I wrote for a fiction class during my last semester of college. Since I have been working so hard on my historical fantasy WIP lately, I thought it might be fun to share it with you all as an insight to why I love the genre. People… Continue reading Why I Love Historical Fantasy