My word for 2018 Is Persevere. I told my family and they responded with “are you preparing for a difficult year?” No, I’m not preparing for an overly difficult year, but I know that my goals will not be easily attained. I know that I’ll want to quit and convince myself it was a stupid goal and focus on something else. But I don’t want to give myself excuses. I want to Persevere. What’s your word for 2018?
#PitchWars Bio Hello! Earlier this year, I decided to be ready for #PitchWars in August, and hopefully land a mentor to help bring my book to the next (needed) level. Before we get into my book and why you should pick me, here’s a little about me… I just turned 31 and I don’t think I ever imagined I could be this old. I mean, I can remember my parents turning 30…forever ago. And now that’s me. I’ve been married… Keep Reading
I’m writing this on New Years Eve at 11;03 pm and I’m pondering the things I learned in 2016. It was a LONG and CRAZY year for me. For everyone probably. But I made it though. I live to see another year. And now I get to look back and be grateful for the things I learned. 10 Things I learned in 2016 Reading time becomes scarce when you have three kids running all over the place Therefore, audio-books… Keep Reading
Happy December Everyone!! First: Check out a brief description of my newest WIP Picking the Prom King! Know what December 1st means in my book? The end of NaNoWriMo. And if you haven’t heard of NaNo, let me just say it caused a few breakdowns this past month 🙂 Brief Description on NaNoWriMo: National Novel Writing Month is a marathon writing month. The goal is 50,000 words and you don’t WIN unless you reach that goal. During the “Summer Camp”… Keep Reading
I’m so sad I missed Teaser Tuesday yesterday. Maybe I’ll post one anyway. But today’s WIP Wednesday comes from Senior Year Sonata Someone I Admired: Charlotte turned back to Luke abruptly. “I’m not dating ‘poor Sammy’, but you are dating Miss Emily.” Her voice rose an octave and became squeaky when she said Miss Emily. “What’s it like to have your own Barbie to play with?” Charlotte looked at him with a bit of smugness. “At least I have… Keep Reading
This is a snippet from my current WIP Senior Year Sonata As soon as she looked up at Sam, she noticed Luke walking towards them beside the cars. A jolt of anxiety shot through her and the humiliation of Spanish class came crashing through her brain. Her face burned as she remembered each smirk, each snide remark. And she could never forget his crushing remarks about her emotional inability. She watched the way Luke walked, full of confidence and pride. He knew his… Keep Reading
Today is WIP Wednesday. What are you writing? Here’s an excerpt from my current WIP: Senior Year Sonata Football is my Life Charlotte thought she was funny, did she? She thought she knew all about him and his life? Well, tell the world, Charlotte Pearlman knows everything. If she would only give him credit for football, then that’s all she would get. “Nah, just hanging out I guess. Football is my life.” As the words fell from his lips, he had a flashback… Keep Reading
The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye Hardback: 399 pages Genre: Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Fantasy Rating: 4 stars Click HERE for the goodreads synopsis. And then check out my Teaser Tuesday with two teasers from this book. Spoiler Free Review: I LOVED THIS BOOK! Let me start with that. I don’t know if the book was amazing or if I really needed a good book, or if it was an amazing book that came to me at the perfect… Keep Reading