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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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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The Blank Page

The blank page is staring at me. It’s new, untouched. I look at it and find myself excited with the endless possibilities that this page could provide me. I think of writing- the stories that could be told. Will someone fall in love? Will a loved one die? Will they fall, literally, crack their tailbone […]

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Grief of Miscarriage

**Trigger Warning** It was Monday, January 14th. A day that I never once even considered the vs. in Jeremiah (1:5). Nor have I ever considered Psalm 139:13. However, after feeling a little strange while doing group at work only to find myself bleeding at 5 weeks 4 days pregnant, the verses became a strange reality. […]

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Trying to Heal

There are moments in life that leave us breathless. Sometimes in a good way- where you are so excited that breathing just doesn’t occur to you. Then there are the times that aren’t good, where breathing physically hurts and can be emotionally draining. One day everything can make sense. You start out a little confused, […]

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Selling Hard!

‘Perfectly Matched’ is singlehandedly the best selling book I’ve ever written. It profited in the first week it was released. It has sold the most, but has the least reviews (thanks to Amazon). I hope that everyone who enjoyed the ‘Perfectly Series’ (Perfectly Suited, Perfectly Torn, Perfectly Matched) tells their reading friends and family. It’s […]

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