This morning I listened to a interview of the author of “The Lost Sisterhood” (see video below) and I thought to myself “*I* have a story about Amazons!” and I got a little depressed thinking I will never get it done and published because I can’t afford to be a starving writer (or my family […]Read More The wanabe novelist blues
Once upon a time there was a girl who lived on an island with a tree that bore delicious fruit. paper, acrylic bead (1/2 pearlesque) and glue. Paper punched leaf shape Marvy uchida mini leaf punchRead More The Tree – pg 1
Do you have your ‘what if’ ready? Need some inspiration? Is your muse asleep or on strike?Read More Getting Ready for NANOWRIMO
Maeleaclain Unrata was having a very good, but far too short-lived dream when he felt the blankets being pulled away sharply from his body. “Get up, Lord Unrata!” he heard a familiar female voice say. “Your father is expecting a correspondence and His Highness Prince Feidhelm requests your presence for the inspection of the barracks-” […]Read More The Seven
You can still support the Kickstarter project: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1872789691/tell-me-the-stories-of-jesus-miracle-of-loaves-andRead More Roq of Ivanore
When people first started binding books, just the name on the side of the book was something only a skilled craftsman could do, embossing or stamping the leather that was used as the cover. But even the earliest books have decorative covers: Illuminated texts like The Book of The Kells, might have given people the […]Read More Evolution of a Book Cover
Maybe I’m not as cute and fluffy as Stephanie Meyer, but my life story has got to be at least as interesting as JK Rowling. My writing career has been as long and twisted as a Clive Barker novel. My contact list is pretty short and my ability to do much of anything that seems […]Read More What Launches a Popular Writer?