Marriage Equality Now the Law of The Land Today, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled same-sex couples have a fundamental right to marry. “The court’s action marks the culmination of an unprecedented upheaval in public opinion and the nation’s jurisprudence. Advocates called it the most pressing civil rights issue of modern times…” (Washington… Continue reading Because #lovewins
I’m supposed to write something writerly on this post, but truthfully, all my brain can come with is a mass of stuff concerning my leaving my mundane day to day existence to the far away place of Michigan. The sweltering heat of Arkansas will be forgotten as I enjoy the first family reunion I’ve attended… Continue reading Vacation!
Is it just me, or are there some seriously great book-to-primetime TV series out there right now? And if you’ve been watching, wow. Nail-biting season finales, right? The Starz series Outlander follows very closely the popular Diana Gabaldon series of books. HBO’s Game of Thrones is one of my personal favorites. And then of course… Continue reading Jen Crane – When Author And Reader Expectations Don’t Match Up
***This is a repost from years ago…because I need to remember these handy tips while I stare at a deadline that the beauty and unpredictability of summer are making difficult to reach.*** The one sure thing in life is change. Like the seasons, some are predictable. Others, like a bump in release date, are not. Alterations range from… Continue reading Megan Mitcham – Bend Don’t Break
by Harriet Hale Three weeks ago I signed my first publishing contract. I’m thrilled … seriously. I can’t say that sentence without grinning like a moron. However, it’s also daunting because now I’m a working writer. Suddenly this thing I do in my spare time while sitting on my sofa has a purpose. And I… Continue reading Working writer
It’s a fake. Do you hear me? I’m FAKING it. Not words you always want to hear. But in the case of the cover to the left, it’s okay to be a fake. Although I leave my actual book cover creations to graphic designers, I sometimes need a temporary one or a placeholder. This particular… Continue reading I’m All About the Canva~ Brinda Berry
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife – Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice (1813). It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. – Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities (1859). Mr. and Mrs. Dursley… Continue reading What’s your line? Play a game with Mags!