I Threw Up

I threw up. Not the kind where there were chunks in the car or anything. It was definitely more of a dry heave kind of thing. It didn’t start there. In fact, no, that’s where it ended. It started six and a half hours earlier. I woke up at 5:31 on the dot. I was […]

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Rejected (Again)

Yesterday was one more addition to my writing journey. Earlier this year I submitted a novel to Hallmark Publishing. They use a tiered formula to book acceptance. My book made it through. I was waiting in anticipation to see if they were going to accept it. If so, they would have made the book into […]

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Will I Ever?

Will I ever be the writer I want to be- The type of writer where I can quit my job and focus solely on my craft? The kind that people read their work without knowing what the piece is even about, because people recognize the author and trust it regardless. The type of writer who […]

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Halloween Lesson on Life

Walking down the street on Halloween night, all the kids were dressed in their costumes. Everything appeared as normal. We walked house-to-house in hopes of finding the biggest and best candy bar. With sore feet, numb fingers, and a runny nose I was determined to accomplish my mission. Would it be a king size snickers, […]

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Fan Girl and Humiliated by it

Okay, I just went fangirl and posted on another author’s fb page and asked about the characters in her book. I hold myself accountable that when people do that to me, I must answer, because I know how it feels to wonder. On a side note, I’m wandering around confused in a fit of transparency […]

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Where’s the Artists?

They discuss starving artists and they’re not kidding. I feel that there is a fall of the creative person, but that, I believe, is due to the demand of having to provide for a family. People don’t want to pay the price for art. For example, why have someone sew your clothes for you when […]

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