• Author Interview,  Writing Life

    Author Interview: MaryLynn Bast

    This use to be on my old book review blog and since that blog is no longer active, I am moving the posts here. I love supporting other authors. Please welcome author MaryLynn Bast to the blog today! MaryLynn Bast grew up in Texas. An avid reader, she enjoyed writing romantic short stories. After moving to Las Vegas in 2010 and starting a new chapter in her life, she followed her dream of publishing her first book, a paranormal romance, in 2012 and continues to write stories for the Heart of a Wolf Series. She is branching out and beginning the Panther Pride Saga, The Haven and a Steamy Fairy…

  • Author Interview,  Writing Life

    Author Spotlight: Ida R. Jardines

    This is a post that was originally posted on my old review blog. I’m moving all the content from there over here as that site is no longer active and I’m always looking to support other authors in any way I can. Today I’d like to welcome Ida R. Jardines to the blog. I came across Ida on Twitter when she favorited one of my tweets. 😀 (Thanks for that, btw.) So of course I had to ask her if she’d like to be interviewed for my blog. She’s a not new to writing, but she is working on her first book. I look forward to when she makes that…

  • Author Interview,  Writing Life

    Author Spotlight: Jenna Moreci

    This is a post that was originally posted on my old review blog. I’m moving all the content from there over here as that site is no longer active and I’m always looking to support other authors in any way I can. Today I’d like to welcome Jenna Moreci to the blog. I stumbled across Jenna by sheer accident while looking for plotting methods on YouTube and laughed so hard at her wonderful and insightful plotting vlog. Then I, of course, went on a YouTube binge and watched every one of her vlog episodes lol. She has an amazing sense of humor and I highly recommend her videos, even if…

  • Outlining,  Plotting,  Writing Life

    Time to Work

    It’s been a long time since I put pen to paper, so to speak, and worked on a novel. I’ve let life get in the way of chasing my dreams for too long. I’ve put off finishing The Awakening for much longer than I should have. So I have set myself a goal to finish this book. I’ve given myself 3 months to get the first draft complete. Today I bought a brand new notebook and sticky notes and printed out some plotting pages. I am going to redo my outline since that book needs a bit of an overhaul and get it done. I’m actually excited to write again…