Monthly Archives: July 2016

Navigation Mystery!

I may or may not be directionally-challenged. That’s for me and my family to know. Join my guest, Deanna Klingel, as she discovers how a carefully planned (but still wrong) route lead to a pretty fun discovery. Zaniest Road Trip … Continue reading

Posted in Blunders, Writer's Life | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Horrors … uh … Joys of Writers Conferences

I nearly hyperventilated in route to my first national writers conference. By Saturday evening, I was in my hotel bed, lights off, crying. For those who don’t know, a writers conference is basically like a massive casting call-job interview-intensive learning … Continue reading

Posted in Blunders, Writer's Life | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Writers are Quirky? Nooo…

Everyone has quirks. Ev-er-y-one. Right? Of course. Okay. Writers may take those quirks to a new level, but still… Join in the fun as my friend, Michael Ehret, exposes shares some of the quirks of both himself and his author … Continue reading

Posted in Writer's Life | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

When an Author Gets Involved

Okay. By now you’re probably thinking writers are a crazy breed. Pretty much. But when we’re writing, we’re in the heads of these characters, we get to know them intimately, and, well, we feel all the feelings. Like when my guest, … Continue reading

Posted in Writer's Life | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments