Ticking Clocks and Talking Writing: A Guest Post

I addressed the topic of not having enough time to write a couple of weeks ago, which you can read here. But when I learned my publishing guru had some more advice to share, I couldn’t help but ask her to write a guest post. Meet Ekta Garg, founder and owner of Prairie Sky Publishing. Continue reading “Ticking Clocks and Talking Writing: A Guest Post”

Your Secret Bucket List

  I bet you have two bucket lists. I used to. They’re usually labeled, “It Could Happen,” and “Only if I Can Find Where My Dog was Burried in the Backyard On the First Try.” Otherwise known as, “Not On Your Life.” In the “It Could Happen” bucket, you have things like, Ride in aContinue reading “Your Secret Bucket List”

I Hope You Don’t Die So You Can Read This

I’m not good at many things, but I’m awesome at jinxing people. I’m also pretty incredible at not being like everyone else. And sometimes these two go hand-in-hand. For instance, I have two colleagues at work who leave a half-hour before I do and every time they leave I try to say things that otherContinue reading “I Hope You Don’t Die So You Can Read This”

Meet Lynn, Partner and Co-Founder of Endever Publishing Studios

Lynn Galloway is one of two people I have chosen to help me get Endever off the ground and running into a full-blown publishing company. Please take a moment to get to know her.    My name is Lynn Galloway and I reside in the beautiful state of Colorado. I live about thirty minutes awayContinue reading “Meet Lynn, Partner and Co-Founder of Endever Publishing Studios”

Why I’ve Decided to Stop Hating My Day Job

If you’re reading this you probably feel trapped in the monotonous hell of a 9-5. And every day is the worst day of your life. Saturdays are bad because you’re still trying to unwind from the stress of Monday-Friday and Sundays are worse because you’re dreading the next Monday-Friday steamroller. I know this feeling well.Continue reading “Why I’ve Decided to Stop Hating My Day Job”

On Writing: Character- vs. Plot-Driven

A couple of weeks ago I posted a request for my readers to ask me questions about anything concerning writing. If I haven’t gotten to your question, rest assured, I will. Agyei Agyapong of Vestpalblog asked: “What has been your greatest challenge as a writer? How did you overcome it ?” There are many challenges IContinue reading “On Writing: Character- vs. Plot-Driven”

On Writing: Dealing with a Busy Schedule

The next question from my Ask Away post is from Roxanne Oduro. She asked: “I’m a university student, and with the amount of readings and assignments I have [to] do, I barely have any time to write. Do you have any tips/advice on how to keep up with writing even with a busy schedule?” I’m going to haveContinue reading “On Writing: Dealing with a Busy Schedule”