I have a regular FaceTime chat with an author friend of mine. It’s meant to be a way to keep each other honest with our various projects and deadlines and to talk about highfalutin author stuff. What usually happens is our conversation devolves into gossiping, obsessing over MCU characters, and talking crap about each other’s … Continue reading What Does the Future Hold?
I did something either entirely brilliant or incredibly foolish . . . I opened a TikTok account (link in the header). Yeah, yeah. Not exactly earth-shattering. I’m way behind the curve when it comes to TikTok. But I have a point. Stick with me. With so many people now vaccinated, everyone’s excited about finally getting … Continue reading Hot Book Summer
When I was a kid, my mom would always say, “I’m busier than a one-armed paper hanger.” I had no freaking clue what that meant. For some reason, to my young brain, the image brought to mind clothes hangers with paper hanging on them, which made no sense. Personally, I prefer busy as a bee. … Continue reading So Busy
Yep, the end is nigh, people. (Rings the bell of doom 🔔) The final book in the Whitewood Journals goes off to my editor on May 3. It feels like sending my child off to college: terrifying, exciting, dreadful, satisfying, depressing, and joyous. In other words, I’m an emotional wreck this weekend. Hence, the bell … Continue reading It’s the End of the Series as We Know It
It’s spring, people! For me, this time of year is about new beginnings and a fresh start, much more so than January 1st. Let’s face it. For many of us, January is a cold, bitter month, not the most inspiring time of year for trying something new or changing our ways through resolutions. January is … Continue reading Cautious Optimism