Month: August 2018

Making The Fine Print More Fun

You might have heard that writers sometimes have epiphanies at inconvenient times. The purpose of today’s blog post is to tell you that’s absolutely true. Recently I had such a moment. It came at 3 AM because my brain loves to torture me when I’m supposed to be sleeping. And then it wasn’t even a

Time To Sunbathe Like There’s No Tomorrow!

I would like to apologize in advance if I accidentally flash you. (Yes, I will explain that opening line. Bear with me.) It’s that time of year again. What time of year, you ask? It’s that time when I enter into The Denial Period. The Denial Period starts in August and usually runs into early

Career Change Challenges: An Ode To Caffeine

It’s been a few months since I’ve been at this blogging thing. I hope y’all are enjoying getting a weekly dose of random musings. This week I felt the need to share with y’all some of the challenges that go into writing full time. Namely, I find myself struggling with the same questions: how cute

Team Edward? Nah. I’m Team Comfy Pants.

I think I may need to have a priest bless my phone. Why, you ask? Because lately it has become overrun with vampires. Every time I open up Facebook and scroll through my news feed, I see them. Said news feed is cluttered with advertisements for a variety of “choose your own adventure” games. Do