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Romance and Communication

As someone who used to avoid writing romance, my biggest reason came from one factor - the sheer amount of miscommunication. The bulk of problems featured in romances seemed solvable with a calm and rational discussions, and even knowing how difficult many people find having those conversation in the best circumstances, I hated to see... Continue Reading →

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Research – Hockey Time?

As some of you know, I'm currently writing a serialized novel over on Channillo. GETTING TO GOAL is a young adult contemporary romance following a Beni - an aspiring hockey player who has finally made varsity...on the boy's team. My high school - and many schools in the United States - have rules which allow... Continue Reading →

Channillo and Where I’ve Been

After a few posts in July, I ended up getting swept away this summer, and I thought it was about time I get back in the saddle and let you all know what's going on. Currently, if you want more frequent updates, I'm publishing weekly over on Channillo. I have a series there which gets... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Month

Things are busy on the writer's side for me. THE ONE THAT LIVES is in Mark Lawrence's Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off (Yr. 5)! If you're curious, THE ONE THAT LIVES is a supernatural horror / dark fantasy. Pretty gory at parts. Imagine Supernatural (TV show) meets Lord of the Rings. It's also available on Kindle... Continue Reading →

Where Have I Been?

In the last month, I allowed my day-job life to overflow. Work hours invaded author hours, and even the scant time I could dedicate to reading was lost. It's been a rather stressful situation, and the self-induced guilt of not writing here or even maintaining my social media definitely made things worse. As we get... Continue Reading →

Distraction and Plot Bunnies

Lately, my motivation is waning. Not for writing as a whole, but if I've spent so long with Jon and the demons in Rochester that I've gotten easily distracted by a somewhat about face - crime thrillers, specifically noir. I've always loved a good mystery, but most of the ones I like are paranormal or... Continue Reading →

Plotter Off-Roading

While I definitely fall into the plotter camp, I stray from my outline on occasion. Some of this comes from my bad habit of editing as I'm writing the first draft. If I give in to it too much, I'm liable to drop from 1,000 words a day to the double digits. Other times, I... Continue Reading →

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