Photo by Ylanite Koppens on Pexels.com Hey friends! Today is a little bit of a cop out, because I'm off getting my COVID vaccine, and it was an incredibly stressful week, so I'm tired. This is part of the project I started in November when I tried to do NaNoWriMo, but I couldn't finish this … Continue reading Excerpt!
Photo by Adrianna Calvo on Pexels.com Back in April, I somehow managed to hammer out a (very rough) draft of a new book. I love cozy mysteries, so I thought I would try my hand at one. Rory works for an art gallery in a small, sleepy town in North Carolina that attracts tourists looking … Continue reading The Meet Cute
For today's post, I'm sharing a poem I wrote. This year is hard and scary. Easter won't be the same. I've been thinking of the three women who went to the tomb a lot lately. May we all strive to find good news and hope in all the bad and fear, no matter our background. … Continue reading The Three Women
My husband and I are part of an online running club that's purely Doctor Who-related. They just announced their first event of the year, the Vincent 10k, which of course we both registered for it. We're excited, but it reminds me of a run that didn't go so well in my writing. One aspect of … Continue reading A Bad Run
Photo by Ian Turnell on Pexels.com This year for NaNoWriMo, I based my story on a local legend of the Lady of White Rock Lake. The legend states that you'll find a girl, soaking wet by the shore, and she'll ask for a ride home. While you're driving, the girl disappears, but you have a … Continue reading The Lady of the Lake