My Plan To Become A Successful Writer? To Be Fearless!

It goes without saying that if you want something really bad you have to go out there and get it. Easier said than done, right? Well, I suppose in some cases. As a writer, I love pushing boundaries when it comes to the books I write because I feel that no story or subject should …

I Write What I Wanna Write. Do You?

You can't say that. You can't write that. Oh, really? Guess what? I did. I do not like constraints and I have never liked for anyone to tell me that I cannot do something or that I am not good enough to do something. If you really want to light my fire or get me …

My Unorthodox Approach As A Writer

Last year I embarked on something special, something out of the ordinary, something a bit odd. It was a journey that sent me from here, there and everywhere, but I welcomed it all with open arms. I had no idea where this journey would take me nor did I expect to like it so much. …

One Writer’s Musings: You Said What?!

I will admit, I am not your typical writer or your average person for that matter. I have never been one that you could easily fit into a mold, shape or even attempt to try and categorize. I march to the beat of my own drum, dance to my own tunes, and I have been …

Let’s Get To It! -Questions From Readers

I have been one busy little bee! Let me tell you, in between my full-time job in the healthcare industry and my writing that I do at night, I have been stretched thin on both ends! My eyes feel so heavy that it feels like I am blinking bricks. What is a woman to do? …

When A Story Is More Than Just A Story

I am going to go out on a limb and say that I believe most debut authors see their first novel as their pride and joy. Why? Because it is their first finished published work, their first written bundle of joy and for those very reasons they are proud to show it off to the …

Sedelia: A Heroine, Not a Victim

Once readers begin reading Poka City Blues, they may feel tempted to feel sorry for the main character Sedelia as she recounts her days of growing up in Poka City. As Sedelia describes her hardships and struggles in graphic detail, it is kind of hard not to feel sorry for her or even pity her; …