Website updates are time consuming, but who cares when it’s so fun. Although, I have to be honest, my changes came from some great info I got at LTUE. One of the panels was on Branding Yourself. A lot of the focus was on having your site reflect your personality. Take a glimpse at the former site, but only a glimpse because it’s that bad.
This is a very belated post. A few years ago, Disney released an animated movie called Frozen. My husband and I took our kids to the theater. The tunes were catchy, the visual effects were stunning, and when the end credits rolled, my husband and I looked at each other and we said in unison – no joke – “Tangled was way better.” But I
A friend of mine, who shall remain nameless as penance, told me that my posts are not “personal” enough. Funnily enough, I am an open book in person. I lean more on the TMI side of life. My introverted gal-pal probably wishes I had an off-switch from time to time, so I can’t imagine why she thinks I need to be more open online. But
I am, generally, a discovery writer, but there if you’re writing a series, being a discovery writer could hurt you. No matter how much you may loath outlining, series need to be well thought out. There’s nothing worse than reading book 3 of a series where the climax is malnourished or the author sweeps debris under the rug because they don’t know what to do
So, I’m not much of a list person. I make grocery lists that I vaguely follow, but that’s about it. I can be OCD about some things, but detailing my life by way of ‘checklist’ isn’t one of them. However, there is a time for lists. When you go to writing conferences, book clubs, or you’re just chatting with your neighbors and the same books