I’m Going on Hiatus

Hey guys. Today’s post is going to be short and sweet, just me popping in to tell you that I will be taking the month of April off from blogging. I know this seems out of the blue, and in fact it is. The idea occurred to me after my friend Abbiee did a post […]

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How to Organize Your Story World (Even if You Aren’t an Organized Person

Building a story world is hard. You have to create cultures, races, traditions, food, and the list goes on. While many writers (myself included) can find the process fun, keeping up with it all can be overwhelming. Many of my writing friends swear by Scrivener. I tried it, and hated it. I much prefer having […]

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The Meaning of St. Patrick’s Day

I live in a state that loves to party. No holiday can go unwasted, not when then there is a chance for parades. After all, laissez le bon temps rouler (bonus points if you know what that means without looking it up.) In the 17th century, March 17th was dubbed a day to celebrate the […]

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The Month of February

I started to write my end-of-the-month post last week, and realized that February still had some days left to her; February always gets short-changed because she’s such a short month.  It’s finally warming up a little here, though the South usually skips spring and chugs right into summer. We’ve had some pretty days though, and […]

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Are You Embarrassed About Your Book?

It’s the standard rule of an author’s life. You will be asked “The Question” What is your book about? ** doctors have recorded that this usually results in rapid heart beat and shortness of breath. ** How we want to respond:                              […]

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