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Use Popular Music to Improve Reading and Inspire Writing | Scholastic.com

…blog post of interest from a third grade teacher…I used music throughout the day when I taught my middle schoolers. Music was definitely a classroom tradition. 11 more words

Interesting And Noteworthy

When Designing a Setting, Use the Kitchen Sink

Last night I wrote over 1500 words on my latest WIP, and that was just backstory.  I have only crafted three characters, one fully crafted and the other two somewhat realized.   846 more words

Writing Tips

Here comes NaNoWriMo... and those pesky distractions

As my NaNoWriMo ideas start to come together in my head, I’m looking to the internet for good tips in starting it, working on characters, and thinking about the sorts of conflicts my characters are going to have to really challenge yet stabilize their growing relationship. 347 more words


Burberry Prorsum AW14 Review

Arriving at the picturesque surroundings of Kensington Gardens, Burberry Prorsum’s AW14 guests were greeted by a watercolour backdrop of the London skyline – an instant reminder of the label’s British heritage. 221 more words


Two newly published plays

In the final burst of the latest publishing round from Lazy Bee Scripts, two of my latest one act plays have reached the light of day. 346 more words


A couple of links + an old post

Boring but accurate title.

1) The preorder page for The Shores of Spain has gone live over at Amazon, showing a release date of 7/7/2015.  Feel free to go over and preorder a copy (please!), or add it to your wish-list….or just read through the blurb (my editor, Danielle, writes great blurbs!)  I will update the rest of my webpage at some point… 950 more words

Publication Process

The Killer Yarn

I’ve just passed the 100,000 words mark with the fantasy novel I’m currently working on. Strange how we note these round numbers, isn’t it? It doesn’t actually matter how big it is, after all, does it? 578 more words