Guest Post: Drawing Inspiration from Hardship by Rosa Sophia

Where do you find inspiration? Drawing inspiration from hardship can be very powerful, and can help us deal with our turbulent feelings. We can use our inspiration to work toward helping others, and I think this is the most rewarding path anyone can follow. Orion Cross My Sky is my next novel in the ClearwaterContinue reading “Guest Post: Drawing Inspiration from Hardship by Rosa Sophia”

News, Future Projects, and Where I’ve Been Lately

I’ve been doing a lot of signal-boosting for others here lately and not posting much about myself, but that’s because this summer has been…well, “crazy” is putting it mildly. My husband and I bought a house just before Memorial Day. A few weeks later, my sister became critically ill while on vacation in San Diego,Continue reading “News, Future Projects, and Where I’ve Been Lately”

BITTER SWEET by Jennifer Labelle

★★#OneClick★★ Bitter Sweet by Author Jennifer Labelle is available on Amazon! ✯ #oneclick →→ http://amzn.com/B00YYFVIDK ✯ Publisher: LIMITLESS PUBLISHING ★✯ SYNOPSIS ✯★ An accident on a rain-slicked highway leaves Jenna Baker alone… Jenna is scarred, confused and vulnerable after surviving an accident that took her husband’s life. After a year of mourning Tyler and strugglingContinue reading “BITTER SWEET by Jennifer Labelle”

THE FOURTH GENERATION by Chris von Halle

In the future, no adults exist. Ever since the plague swept the world 100 years ago, no one has lived past seventeen. Sixteen-year-old Gorin, a collector of curious artifacts left over from the pre-plague civilization, is on the verge of perishing from that deadly epidemic. And his last wish is to find a way toContinue reading “THE FOURTH GENERATION by Chris von Halle”

How to Succeed at NaNoWriMo

This month marks my fifth year of involvement with the celebrated (or dreaded) National Novel Writing Month, known as NaNoWriMo, in which we are tasked with writing 50,000 words in thirty days. Now, let’s be honest–50,000 words is barely a novel, and most everything written in only a month is crap. Still, I’ve failed miserablyContinue reading “How to Succeed at NaNoWriMo”