Why You Might Want a Closed Door Policy When You Write

I’ve been reading Stephen King’s book On Writing for my MFA this semester and the most useful section for me has been the memoir section. I just love the way King chronicles his journey as a writer. He’s so transparent about the many struggles and failures he had along the way. It’s very inspiring. I … More Why You Might Want a Closed Door Policy When You Write

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About What I’m Writing

Today I’m talking about all things having to do with what I’m writing, how long I’ve been writing and basically everything you (never realized) you ever wanted to know about my writing. Dreamweaver has been a work in progress since March of 2015. The first draft took me a month to churn out. After completing … More Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About What I’m Writing

What I Learned from #KidPit (Even Though I Didn’t Technically Enter)

I DID NOT enter the competition on Thursday. Why am I so excited then? You ask. Why am I as happy as a little squirrel who just hauled a bunch of nuts into her hovel and is happy that her baby squirrels will not starve through the harsh winter? (Okay, bad metaphor guys, I’m working on it.) Read on to find out … More What I Learned from #KidPit (Even Though I Didn’t Technically Enter)