• Mechanics
  • Mistakes or Placeholders?

    Marta looked out at the really beautiful sunset. “Wouldn’t it be nice to be sitting on the beach with no worries about now, “ she said sadly. “And only the bugs for company.” Joe said gruffly. He was older than Marta, but didn’t look it as if time had frozen him at the moment of […]

  • Encouragement
  • Writing During Busy Times

    Why am I qualified to write this post? Good question. 1. In January, my now-fiancé and I started courting. 2. In June, I got engaged. 3. Since then, I’ve been planning a wedding in about two and a half months. In the meantime, I have published four books: a novella collection, a short story, and […]

  • Blog
  • Book Review: Write Well

    Title: Write Well Written By: Rachelle Rea Cobb Genre: Writing Helps/Non-fiction Recommended Ages: Any ages Introduction: If you are a writer who has problems with grammar, this is the perfect book for you. Rachelle has lots of great tips given in a funny way that entertains as well as teaches.

  • Mechanics
  • What’s in a Name

    Naming characters is a fun process. But before you dive in head-first, there are a few things to think about that will help you choose the very best names. Let’s break this down… Think: Time-Period If you read a lot of books from the 1800s, you will encounter names like Horace and Hester, but I […]