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People often tell me that they wish they had my life—
especially when they hear about my latest trip to Nashville, New York or Los Angeles.
So, I’ve created A Writer’s Life to give you a chance to peek behind the curtain and see what it’s really like to be a professional author. Is it as glamorous as it sounds?
Once a month I’ll post a glimpse into my world; the good, the bad and the ugly.
This is what it looks like when we step out and bet on ourselves.
I’ve been debating whether I should write this. Not because I think I’m wrong, but because I think it will be interpreted as angry, or ungrateful, or petulant. Then I looked at my window that needs fixing and my kitchen door that needs replacing, and I realized that this is
This isn’t what I was planning to talk about. I’d intended to write something uplifting about getting back on track after the COVID-19 derailment that we’ve all be dealing with. Then my cat, Sophia, hopped onto my bed. This blog is designed to give you a little peek into what
As I was thinking about how to frame this month’s post, I came across the following tweet from Roseanne Cash. Shakespeare also didn’t have laptops, central heating or electric lights. What he did have was free and easy access to his imagination. Kinda makes you think, doesn’t it? Many writers