As you can see from the graphic–this post is a bit older. Back when I was blogging on readwritesoar.com. But, the issue is something I think will carry value no matter the timeframe. So I wanted to make sure I transferred it here. 🙂 Now, cue Kara-of-yesteryear: — This is a post I was very content not writing. Like,… View Post
Hello there! Mother’s Day is just around the corner! Can you believe it?
The Sound of Emeralds by Rachelle Rea My rating: 3 of 5 stars REVIEW: I’ve had the honor to know Rachelle personally and to watch this series bloom from the first book to this final chapter. As ever, Dirk and Gwyn are very vivid characters who are unique enough that their playful banter and all the complexities of their… View Post
A Time to Speak by Nadine Brandes My rating: 5 of 5 stars A TIME TO DIE taught us to live. Now, A TIME TO SPEAK teaches us to stand. To stand for the truth. To stand for the broken. To stand through the pain…just as Parvin does. Again and again. In this latest installment of the Out of Time… View Post
Hello guys, I’m usually going to be trying to post on Mondays, but was actually bed-ridden almost all day monday, so it didn’t happen… Which actually plays into this post 🙂 I don’t often write posts like this. Genuine, purely an update on where I am in life. But, today is one of those days! Thank you in advance to… View Post
“Secrets of Best-Selling Authors…They Don’t Go It Alone” —Tosca Lee, SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference, 2017 Last weekend, I had the wonderful–and life-changing–opportunity to attend the SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference! (So prepare for a long and detailed post all about it ^-^ )
Hello Lovelies! I returned home late last night from the SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference. It was…AMAZING.
Hey guys! So as promised, I’ll be posting a short story on one Saturday every month… Or in this case, part of a short story. This is a little story I wrote for a prompt in the #FlashFictionDash put on by the amazing Rosalie Valentine at Penprints! 🙂 It ended up being twice as long as it should have been… View Post