A year ago, I posted this random — hopeful — photo. Just me, a sun break, and a happy squirrel. Today, I’m so excited to share some news I’ve been quietly savoring. Please, Pretty Lights has been selected to be reissued as an AmazonEncore title. This is made possible through a mutual licensing relationship between
Today would have been Bob Marley’s 70th birthday. I adore him, and I can’t help but throw my two cents up onto the interwebs. I offer a one-question Marley quiz for you. When you hear the name Bob Marley, what word first comes to mind? A) Jamaica B) Marijuana C) Dreadlocks D) That overplayed commercial
I haven’t written a blog in so long that I forgot my WordPress password. The thing is, I’ve been hunkered down like a mole rat–writing, writing, writing; haven’t had much to say. “Go Hawks” obviously, but everybody is writing about football (and Tom Brady’s balls) this week. This one is about cereal, yoga pants and
The Booktrope community of authors is pretty damn cool. I’ve had the chance to meet the most fascinating authors. Take Dave O’Leary for example. In Please, Pretty Lights one of the characters is a quirky bass player who lives in Seattle. Imagine my excitement when I heard about O’Leary—a Booktrope author and Seattle-area bass player.
I’m rather psyched about this post. I was recently tagged by fellow Booktrope author Nicole Persun (www.nicolejpersun.com) and asked to answer four questions about writing. It was a lot of fun. Hope you enjoy. Note to the following three northwest authors: consider yourself tagged. Email me for further instructions. Mary Rowen, A.C. Fuller and Laura
I hope you enjoy the new website. Check out the events tab for the latest. Check out the music tab, just cause. Today, I am thoroughly psyched to share with you details about the re-release of Living by Ear, by fellow Booktrope author Mary Rowen. Like me, Mary writes about emotionally wounded characters. Her writing