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Author Spotlight: A.S. Thornton

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an aspiring author who interviews her writing heroes, must fangirl over said heroes.  A little over a year ago, maybe two, I stumbled upon the most stunning Bookstagram photos (Instagram photos about books). They looked something like this: I don’t know if someone I was following shared them,… Continue reading Author Spotlight: A.S. Thornton

Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight: Amy Harmon

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an aspiring author who interviews her writing heroes, must fangirl over said heroes.  I will not lie. When I started reading What the Wind Knows by Amy Harmon for my local (and absolutely fabulous) book club, the last thing I imagined would happen at our next discussion was… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Amy Harmon

About Writing, Inspirational Musings, Lessons from Writers

Patience and Failure: A Lesson by John Milton

Patience is our best weapon against failure, because failure has no way of fighting against the steady stream of a consistent heart. Heartache is a universal experience. We all know how it feels, and we all know it can come into our lives at any time—and through a variety of avenues. Recently, I came across… Continue reading Patience and Failure: A Lesson by John Milton

About Writing, Learning the Craft, NaNoWriMo, Outlining

4 Tips for NaNoWriMo Success

I will be the first one to admit that before last November I was never consistent enough in any of my previous NaNoWriMo years to even come close to the monthly goal of  writing 50,000 words. So much so in fact, that in the past, I never even bothered logging in to my input my… Continue reading 4 Tips for NaNoWriMo Success