One of the greatest things about social media is all the amazing writers I have met. I have found the online writing community to be open and welcoming. Lyndsey Medford is one of those writers.Read More
I am so excited to introduce my friend, Jaime Parker Stickle. She is releasing her first novel later this year and I can't wait to read it. Jaime is talking about something so many writers deal with: FEAR. She shares some brilliant insight on the subject and some great advice to slay that monster once and for all!Read More
Today's guest on The Writer's Block is one of my favorite people on the planet. Marshall Pickard is an exceptionally talented writer and a good friend. I have had the privilege of watching him grow from a teenager into a successful adult.Read More
I am excited to have C.E. Clayton with us on The Writer's Block. She is the author of one of my favorite books of 2017, The Monster of Selkirk: The Duality of Nature. Do yourself a favor and pick it up. Today, she is sharing with us about her plunge into writing full time. If you've ever done it,Read More
I "met" Michael Chrobak in a writer's pod on Instagram. I read his novel, Foundations of Faith, and loved it. You can read my review of it here. His second book in the series, The Paladin of Panama is on my TBR list. You will be hearing from a few of the writer's I've met on social media during this series.Read More
H.K. Porter is one of my dearest friends. Surprisingly, we have never met in real life. In fact, four of the five writers that I will be introducing first, I have never met. The internet is truly a great connector. H.K. and I stumbled across one another on a fashion site of all places and over the years, a friendship blossomed.Read More
Beginning the first Monday in February, I'm starting a series called The Writer's Block. My writer pals from all over the country will be sharing a little about their journey as writers. Notice I didn't say "authors." In my humble opinion, authors and writers are two different things. Stay with me a minute while I explain.
Ernest Hemingway said it best. "There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." For a true writer, there is almost a compulsion to get the words inside them out.