Tag Archive | authorship

In the Writer’s House #47: What does a Beta reader do?

In some of my posts, I’ll be answering questions from readers to authors. Not necessarily all the questions will be from me, but they will give me ideas of how to tell you more of what an author’s life is like and how a book comes to be. Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #27

I’m ready to be done with our home schooling this year. I feel the itch to write more and put away the school books. Luckily, we only have about 6 weeks or so of school left. And, a new coffee shop just opened up in town, which means I can write there for an hour or so before the library opens in the mornings this summer! Win, win! Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #26 I’m Back!!

Earlier this month I traveled to suburbs of Memphis, TN, to Germantown and Collierville. The drive down was smooth (although a little windy) and we had a nice room at the Hyatt. My daughter, Molly, and my mom took the trip with me and hung out while I was in workshops. Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #25

Hello reading friends,

This week finds me leaving for the Mid-South Writer’s Conference near Memphis, Tennessee. I’m looking forward to a few days in a different environment, one in which I can connect with other lonely writers. Writing is always such a lonely endeavor, it’s fun to find and connect with like-minded comrades. Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #23: All About Romance

Hello Readers,

Happy Valentine’s Day to you! There’s love in the air! And what better place to find some love, than in a good book, right? Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #20

I wasn’t planning on writing a blog post this week, but I wanted to thank all my new readers! It’s a lot of fun to see all the action going on from the giveaway I’m running over on Reading is My SuperPowerContinue reading