Finding the right editor is a process and it has to be the right fit. When I wrote my first two books Not My Story to Tell and JUSTINE, I used Fivver to find an editor to edit before I sent it to another editor. It was like cleaning the house before the cleaners arrived.… Read More I found An Editor for Rose Coloured Houses
My new work in progress is a young adult novel about two women who lead very different lives and end up finding true love with one another. I’m hoping LGBQT teens and young adults will be able to find hope. Rosa is a￼ teenager with a secret. She’s very smart and hopes to escape her… Read More I’ve Started My New YA Novel
For those following my saga of the lost WordPress site, I’m happy to announce I managed to find it. You can read more on that here and here. It kept saying there was no site with that name but yesterday I could access it through Google, although it’s still missing from my sites on WordPress.… Read More I Found My Lost Site
Thanks to everyone who sent positive vibes and great suggestions to retrieve my lost blog site. You can read my post from yesterday here. I have not heard back from WordPress but fortunately, I had saved some work in “notes” on my iPad and had shared a sneak peek here so I didn’t have to… Read More The Good Karma Worked
I’ve lost my other blog site! That wouldn’t be so bad except my entire book Not My Story To Tell is there. Luckily, most of it was transferred onto a word document but I was adding a few more chapters and they are lost. The entire site has just disappeared. I’ve contacted WordPress but haven’t… Read More I’m Hoping For Some Good Karma
This is my “Year of Yes”. You can read more about that here and here. I’m not a negative person but my tendency is to immediately say no to anything that makes me uncomfortable. My husband, Greg, asked me if I wanted to have a retirement party when I retire in October. My answer was no. I felt… Read More Alphabet Soup Challenge-Yes!
I wrote yesterday about how much Justine loved Beauty and the Beast and how much she would have loved the new live action version of the movie. You can read that here. I wanted to see the movie but was reluctant since I had seen the animated version twice with Justine and I didn’t want to see… Read More Beauty and The Beast and Justine Part #2
I know that many people were shocked and disappointed that a bigoted, misogynynous, ignorant, pompous millionaire was elected as President of a well respected country. There has been much doom and gloom about the coming year because people are fearful of what is to come. It’s valid to feel that way but what I’ve learned… Read More 2017 Will Be A Fabulous Year!
I saw a frightening photo this morning that made me reflect. It was of a woman bravely crossing a suspension bridge. You can see it here. It made me feel queasy and my legs felt weak, just looking at it. I would not be crossing a bridge like that unless I absolutely had to. I’m not… Read More Bridges
I’ve always admired Maya Angelou and because she passed away the same week my daughter, Justine did, many of her quotes were shared during that time and they brought me inspiration and courage. I certainly had to face my worst fear and had fallen. I did find the courage to get back up. Thank… Read More Writer’s Quote Wednesday #BeWow