Often writers are asked how big of a role music plays in the creative process. It’s a question I am asked frequently when I’m presenting to a high school English class or speaking with a reader. The answer is, at least for me, that music plays a critical role in the development of my stories and its characters, but not… Read More
What we create is for us, no one else. We can’t please everyone, only ourselves. Our creativity is a personal expression of our soul and nothing we create is wrong.
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Writing a book is the easiest part of self-publishing. Marketing your book and getting people other than friends or family to buy your book is a whole different beast. When people ask me what it’s like being a self-published author, I tell them it’s great. There’s freedom and complete control over what I write. I own my publishing schedule. I can create as little or often as I like.
The gift of creativity is something that any mother, friend, or even yourself can enjoy. Whether your mom is a creative super woman or you’re interested in treating yourself to a little something that will inspire you to innovate, I put together a list of amazing, AFFORDABLE Mother’s Day gifts that will make this holiday special for every woman. Enjoy… Read More
Advice for Writers and Everyone Else Hello, friends! How are you? I hope you’re well and happy and full of creative energy. I hope that you’re living the fullest life possible allowing your imaginative spirit to fully embrace those nuggets of inspiration that fleet and flitter in front of our faces every moment. I hope that you’re living boldly without… Read More
Do you find yourself always saying no to new experiences? Are you consistently avoiding new situations because you fear you have nothing to offer or are unworthy of an experience? Let me tell you that you’re not alone. Sidestepping new adventures that throw us far out of our comfort zone is a defense mechanism. It’s meant to protect us when it really just holds us back from the awesomeness and love of the world we live in. It keeps us on the sidelines of personal growth and prevents us from being who we are wholly meant to be.