I’ll be the first to admit it: autocorrect and I have a love/hate relationship. It LOVES to ‘correct’ my sh*t, and I absolutely HATE it. If you follow me on Twitter, you are probably well aware of this fact.
However, that does not mean all editing is bad. In fact, solid editing is probably one of the most important aspects of publishing your work. Unfortunately, the process can be long and (after what feels like the 700th time through your manuscript,) tedious. But, regardless of how arduous the process is, you should never, EVER discredit the edit.
Which is a lesson I learned the very hard way.
Continue reading Author Toolbox: Let’s Talk About Typos
Recently I was approached by the fabulous Raimey Gallant about a Blog Hop idea she had to help build up other authors. Since I had so much fun participating in her 2016 Nano Blog Hop, I jumped at the opportunity to join in!
So, from now until the end of the year, I will be working alongside a roster of other rocking authors to help provide content centering on building a strong author platform. Each month I’ll be adding another ‘tool’ for you to add to your own personal Author Kit, using things I’ve learned from building my own platform. I’m excited to share some of the tips and tricks I’ve picked up along the way, and to see what the other authors have to share as well! (For a full roster of #AuthorToolboxBlogHop participants click HERE)
Are you ready? Let’s go!
Continue reading Author Toolbox: Building Your Social Media Platform
‘I could tell you my adventures–beginning from this morning,’ said Alice a little timidly: ‘but it’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.’
-Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Isn’t life an adventure?
If you would have asked me five years ago (heck, even ONE year ago) where I thought I would be today, I could never in my wildest dreams have guessed what the real answer was going to be.
But before I get too far ahead of myself, let’s go back a bit.
Continue reading Welcome to Wanderland!
So I was looking through my old writing files and I found this short story I wrote in 2010. It is a contemporary fiction piece that I dedicated to my friend Megan, whose mother was sick with cancer. I hope you enjoy.
Continue reading The Time We Lived