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Shaping My Stories

As most entrepreneurs will tell you, coming up with the idea is the most fun part of any project. Then the hard work starts: the long hours, the focus, the determination, the loss of confidence, the frustration, the sweat, the renewal of hope, and finally, finally the completion of the dream. 295 more words


An Inspiration

Most of you might not know Brittany Maynard, the incredible and beautiful 29-year-old who fought for the right to die on her own terms. While writing… 184 more words


Ghostboy, Chameleon & the Duke of Graffiti

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON (Paperback & Kindle)

What people are saying: 


“GHOSTBOY, CHAMELEON & THE DUKE OF GRAFFITI stands out as a serious and emotional lesson about the price of getting deeper and knowingly letting in an unexpected friendship that has no chance of lasting but will never be forgotten.” ~  275 more words


Celebrating Free Reading & Chapter 1

My book, Ghostboy, Chameleon & the Duke of Graffiti, will launch next week on Amazon US and UK. To celebrate, I’m publishing the first twenty chapters of… 1,106 more words


The End & the Beginning

Placing your final period on a novel is all at once enthralling and heartbreaking. Enthralling because you did it — you finished it — and heartbreaking because you leave your characters behind. 459 more words


Clean Writing

You’ve all heard of clean eating. Those cleanses you go on that rid your body of toxins and (sometimes, although definitely not always) pounds. You have to cut out the bland white flour, the processed sugar, and the greasy butter. 491 more words


Humanizing Characters

Reading is an adventure, but it’s also sensorial experience. A reader wants to feel something, be it hate, love, despair, hope, or heartache, and what creates these feelings is his or her involvement with the characters. 363 more words