Getting stuck in a blizzard: An author’s worst nightmare.

It all started with a plan. See some snow, make some memories, and relax. Before I left, I turned in my manuscript on Amazon. Because—that was my plan. What do you think happened? Here’s a hint. Here is the moral of the story, so you don’t have to read this entire mess. PLAN AHEAD OF…

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Symphony No. 9 and California’s Earthquake

Beethoven’s  Symphony No. 9 There I was, writing with heavy eyes. I had not slept the night, and it was already getting around 10 a.m. I was editing this scene in Lola. She’s confronting Darcus, the taunting being that wants to take her soul. Darcus has access to her memories. He knows she’s been practicing…

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A Writer’s View on Black Lives Matter

When I read the history books surrounding the United States, I like to take my time and stare at the pictures. Being a visual learner, it was easy to absorb the solemn faces, the anger, and smiles amidst a chaotic moment. History depicted them in black and white or colored, exposing a frozen moment in…

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