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My Goals for the New Year

My Goals for the New Year

With a new year comes new goals, and mine are probably overly ambitious. But hey, “if you shoot for the moon you may land among the stars.” At least I’ll be farther along than I was. So, without further ado, here are my many goals for 2018.

1. Prepare The Dark War Trilogy for publishing

This was originally “Publish The Dark War Trilogy,” but after scheduling everything out I found that wasn’t doable, so instead I’ll be aiming to have them all finished and edited so they’re ready by the end of the year and I’ll aim to publish them Continue reading “My Goals for the New Year”

Character Interview: Livi Brooklyn

Character Interview: Livi Brooklyn

I’m sure many of you know Livi since she’s from my short story series Memories & Photographs, but in case you don’t: She’s a peppy high-schooler who loves bright colors, sunshine, rainbows, unicorns, and yellow Converse. Continue reading “Character Interview: Livi Brooklyn”

Character Interview: Orsa Lars

Character Interview: Orsa Lars

Orsa is the sweet old lady of The Last Assassin… And also a suspect for murder. I love keeping my audience on their toes with her, because I love her and I love the possibilities with her. Continue reading “Character Interview: Orsa Lars”

Music In Writing

Music In Writing

Yep, we’re back to music. Because music is awesome, and it can actually be a really cool storytelling tool. Yes, this post is different than my “Music and Writing” post. That post was about listening to music while you write, while this one is about actually putting music in your writing and using it as a tool. It was also supposed to go up yesterday, but I got distracted by music while I was writing it and didn’t get it finished when I meant to and then forgot about it. Oops. But it’s here now, and only a day late, so I consider that something of a win, at least. Continue reading “Music In Writing”