Meet Ivy and Rainsford The honeymoon couple who shipwrecked On Satan’s Island begin to pull apart when nightmares haunt them in my next novel, Attack of Darkness.
I haven’t posted much lately. There are several reasons why, but when I start to list them in my head, they sound like excuses. I mentioned in my last post that I finished a rough draft of my fourth novel. My practice is to put that aside for awhile before […]
One of the most harmful human deceptions is what Justin Camp, Gather Ministries calls the When/Then lie. He describes it as when we achieve that special something, then we find contentment. I can look back on my life and see several When/Then lies that tripped me up. I could list […]
I find it difficult to really open up to people. It is easier for me to listen and empathize. What I have discovered is that I share more easily with those who have freely shared with me and sharing is therapeutic. “Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you […]
November is NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month. It is a time set aside for writers to take thirty days, set daily goals and write 50,000 words as a first draft of a novel. I am participating this year. The novel I am writing will connect the first two novels, A […]
As a member of the Southwestern Indiana Writers Guild, I was able to read from my latest work. Fifteen authors participated at the StaC Art Gallery in Evansville, Indiana, Tuesday, March 13. I have pieced together from snaps a tiny glimpse of my part where I read from Chapter 1 […]
I am trying to follow a monthly Tweet plan with other authors through #AuthorConfessions. I do it to give readers a glimpse into my personality, my ideals, and some of the struggles and joys of this writer. I think it also builds a stronger bond with other authors as well. […]