Doesn’t your book deserve a professional edit? Here’s how I found the right editor(s)—for mine.
If you’ll give it a try, Scrivener can easily become your one love for organizing your research and writing.
Two Book Reviews: Murder and mountains mix well in novels by Peter Heller and Joyce Maynard.
Read an excerpt from ‘A Habit Of Hiding,’ and see why it’s been called “tender and engaging.”
If you’re querying agents or hunting jobs, you’re in it for the long haul. So how to succeed?
My novel, A Habit of Hiding, awaits a publisher. But that’s no reason you can’t get a sneak peek.
A memoirist throws herself heart and soul into her love letter to the Colorado prairie.
The unintended consequences of hiding are worth exploring, as I’m doing while writing my novel-in-progress.
Required prerequisite for fiction writers: Embrace your dual gifts.
A writer’s characters progress through joy, pain and growth, just like we do. In the process, we all get close.
You may be possessed by your paints, or smitten with your characters, but life goes on.
How, and why, does the first novel you wrote remain your favorite?
The sun may set on your creative block, but it will rise again. And because you’ve stayed committed, you’ll be ready to do what you do.
A shelfie seems like a generous way to share your library of ideas, instead of your silly selfie face. Shelfies also reveal how unique you think your intellect is, but they can show how deep is your soul.
“I want to make beautiful things, even if nobody cares.” —SAUL BASS, graphic design icon