Guest Post: Megan on Inspiration

I have to admit, this week is super special for me because a couple years ago, I learned that one of my cousins is ALSO a writer. Before you judge me too harshly for not knowing this about a cousin, let me explain. There are lots of cousins in the family and I'm older than … Continue reading Guest Post: Megan on Inspiration

Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 2

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I'm going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I'm writing that I've totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author's … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 2

Guest Post: Author Michael R. Baker on Worldbuilding

I am SOOOOO excited to share the wisdom of writers in my circle with you!  My fellow writer and friend Michael Baker, who is also a published author, has so graciously agreed to share some of his worldbuilding knowledge with us all. I met Michael a few years ago now through a fantasy writers facebook … Continue reading Guest Post: Author Michael R. Baker on Worldbuilding

Meet the Author: Stephanie Ellis

Ever wish you could sit down with a cup o’ joe with a writer and ask all those pesky questions? Well, you don’t have to because I did! Sort of. This month we're meeting Stephanie Ellis, a fellow writer in my Author's Tale group. This writing group is seriously made up of some of the … Continue reading Meet the Author: Stephanie Ellis

Writing Fantasy: Part 1

You may or may not know that I write fantasy. In addition to all this other stuff I write, I have a completed fantasy novel (in with alphas now!) and have a second that is a huge contender for a stand alone debut novel. Time will tell, of course, but I'm really enjoying the process … Continue reading Writing Fantasy: Part 1

Book Review: Inspired by Rachel Held Evans (available June 12)

What this book is about:  This nonfiction explores issues that the author, Rachel Held Evans, has wrestled with in her walk of faith. Each chapter begins with a more creative work, it could be a sonnet about the beast, a screenplay about Job or an essay by Hagar before diving more fully into the subject … Continue reading Book Review: Inspired by Rachel Held Evans (available June 12)