What’s motivating you today?
Update on my novel in progress and my mental breakdown on Friday.
On this day in 1862, Edith Newbold Jones was born in New York City. She published her first work at the age of 16, a book of poetry entitled Verses. Of course, we know Wharton by her later novels. She published The House of Mirth in 1905 and Ethan Frome in 1911. She lived for… Continue reading Tuesday Trivia: Happy Birthday, Edith Wharton
On Mondays, we will be motivated, Kristen Stewart, and Harry Potter and the Gemino Curse.
What I read this week.
So most every week I make a big pot of soup on Sunday or Monday that my hubby, C. and I can eat all week long. This week it was a basic chicken and veggie. I’d share a detailed recipe, but I don’t have one. I’ve been cooking long enough I just throw it together.… Continue reading Soup of the Week: Chicken Pot
So this morning I’m listening to Christina Perri’s A Thousand Years and of course my mind flashes to the Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer and how every time I watch the movies, I like them more. I never read the books, if I’m being totally honest, but they were a favorite of someone in my… Continue reading One Step Closer
Lately, I’ve been feeling even more squirmy about the tangled mess that is authorship, marketing, publishing, PR, building a readership, and social media.
A modern and “mathical” fairy tale perfect for our times.
Happy Holidays to you, my wonderful readers. As my gift to you, here is a sneak peek at my current book in progress. Lola Nolan is a former teen idol once paired with co-star hottie Lance Romero both onscreen and off–until he broke her heart. Now they are heading toward 30 and thrown together again… Continue reading Free Fiction: Holidazed