Subway Palliatopia is arriving soon Writing a book is a long commitment. It’s been over two years since I started writing my newest book and I can finally see some light at the end of the tunnel. Writers will understand that it’s a long road to release. A winding, bumpy, foggy, pot-holed road. It’s been […]Read More The YA Book Launch of the Year Looms
As a writer, my mind is like a storm. Always churning with plots and characters, and swirling with twists and turns. Writing a book is the longest part. It takes years to blend your ideas into a cohesive and engaging story. After the writing comes the cover and the release, then there’s the long road […]Read More I’ve Done It Again. Change Is Good.
The Long Road to Overnight Success + Goals for 2017 This time every year is a time for reflection. Looking back at the year before and forward to the promises of the next. When I started writing I had visions of best sellers and earning enough to enhance my lifestyle. The reality is that writing […]Read More The Long Road to Overnight Success + Goals for 2017
Looking back over my posts for 2015, one thing was obvious. I was very up and down with my post frequency. It was either a feast or a famine and I often felt guilty if I hadn’t posted in a while. Finding the time to post regularly has been increasingly hard to achieve as I have juggled […]Read More Changing into 2016
As a writer, one of the things I feel from time to time most of the time is the worry that I’m wasting my time. It’s one of the reasons that I haven’t shared with anyone except immediate family and a couple of friends that I write books. Writing is such a private thing where you […]Read More Why do I do it?
This is a quick post to update regular followers on my 9 y/o daughter’s battle with childhood cancer. This past week has been quite a ride for us all. As many of you already know, my daughter was diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma in October last year, which is a rare form of aggressive Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma that […]Read More Now for some good news…