Reading, Writing Process

Know thyself…and your favorite tropes

People like to hate on tropes, but there's a reason that they're popular. They work for people. You tell somebody a story has an "enemies to lovers" romance subplot and they will either immediately read it or put it on their "never-to-be-read" list. A lot of them center around relationships, or even around the place… Continue reading Know thyself…and your favorite tropes

Publishing, Radish Fiction, Updates

New serial on Radish Fiction is out now!

It's live! My sports romance is now running on Radish Fiction. New episodes get launched every Tuesday and Thursday at 12pm CT. What's it about? Off the field and into the music. Amelia Russo lives for the soccer season. With her widower father as the soccer coach, it's a 24/7 lifestyle. The high school team… Continue reading New serial on Radish Fiction is out now!

Life, Radish Fiction, Updates, Work-in-Progress, Writing Process

My deadline approaches

Sure, my deadline is self-inflicted, but it still means a lot to me. I plan to have my new story starting its release on the Radish Fiction app during the month of March. So far I plan two episodes per week. I'll be putting the first 7 up right away so that you can read… Continue reading My deadline approaches

Life, Publishing, Updates, Writing Process

Dreaming big while scared

I've been having some trouble lately letting myself dream big. I've got a lot of "aspirations" around writing and books, but I'm so scared to go after them because of money-related reasons. I think it comes from many different things, but the one that is very clear to me is that I'm terrified of putting… Continue reading Dreaming big while scared

Updates, Work-in-Progress, Writing Process

When the inner critic changes tactics

The inner critic will often tell you what you're doing is terrible or not worth it or various other versions of "no, don't do it." But, what happens when that critic changes tactics? Recently, I've been so exhausted when I sit down to write or think about my books. I'll be able to go do… Continue reading When the inner critic changes tactics