Back when I was in middle school, on one of our many family weekend trips--we never knew where we were going, we just got in the car and went--I was in a flea market and stumbled on a biography of Robert E. Lee that was published in 1895. I had to have it. Thus started … Continue reading My Precious
Across the Way is the newest release from Amy K. McClung. I've read some previous works Amy wrote, and I like her style. Of course, knowing she hails from just a few hours south, I know some fairly local geography will usually come into play. (This is not a bad thing. It's nice to be … Continue reading Review: Across The Way
~~Today's writing prompt from Mama Kat's Losin' It: Write something that begins and ends with the words “It wasn’t my fault.”~~ It wasn't my fault. Okay, maybe it was my fault. All right, it was definitely my fault. BUT... It was justified. Well, maybe it was justified. Okay, it definitely wasn't justified. I'll tell you what … Continue reading Free Fiction: It Wasn’t My Fault
If you've read Virtue of Death, your mouth was likely watering at the thought of all the goodies in Sera's bakery. Especially the angel wing cookies. Here's a little secret... I made up angel wing cookies. At least the ones used in the book. Completely and totally mine. When I finished the manuscript after four … Continue reading You asked: Angel Wing Cookies
Do you remember the first time you read your favorite book? This is going to make me sound unoriginal and shallow, I’m sure. That’s okay, because unlike what my sister-in-law says about me, I know I'm not. My favorite book has been To Kill a Mockingbird for years and years. It seems pedestrian, because TKAM is one that … Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Book?
I admit, I struggled to come up with an idea for today's writing prompt (as always, from Mama Kat's Losin' It) at first. ~~5. Write a blog post inspired by the word: mistaken.~~ I kept wanting to write about a one-night stand and then they see each other later but only one remembers said incident. But … Continue reading Free Fiction: I’m No Angel
I did it for Virtue of Death, so to celebrate the Wreck You's book birthday, I'll do it again. I’m going to answer some of the common questions I get. Why write male/male? I’ve actually wanted to write a male/male for a while. I, however, let my self-doubts take over and I convinced myself that there’s … Continue reading Questions and Answers about Wreck You