I’m not ashamed of the fact that I’m a Vampire Diaries fan. The show, not the books; I’ve never read the books. It’s entertaining, fun, I don’t have to think too much, and the writing is witty and never dull. A lot of shows have maybe one WTF moment in an episode. Some only one
This month has been BUSY! Working on a March 1 deadline, which has taken over my life. But in a good way. During the brief moments of respite that I have right now, I’ve been revising a book that is very dear to my heart. It’s a bit of a labor of love that sometimes
Follow the link. Read the whole thing, down to the last line. Then go forth and write like a motherfucker. Best Writing Advice Ever.
I’ve thought for a while about what to say in regards to Borders’ bankruptcy filing. There seems to be a pall of doom hanging over Twitter in regards to this but I have to say that I don’t think this is all bad. Yes, it sucks that a lot of employees will lose their jobs.
Happy Monday! And not only is it Monday, it’s also Valentine’s day. When it comes to the V-Day, I’ve never been particularly lucky. Over the years, I began to see the day as another corporate marketing strategy to make single people feel awful and committed people feel the deep burning desire to go to the
I am a reader. I’ve been a reader far longer than I’ve been a writer. I’ve been reading e-books now for a little over a year. And I’ve figured out what bothers me about e-books. They’re riddled with mistakes. I’m currently reading EVERLOST by Neal Shusterman. I’ve loved two of his other books and everyone
Don’t do it. No one likes bad reviews. They sting. But the thing about the Internet is that it gives everyone a voice. Which is a good thing. Hell, it’s a great thing. It means that people who may have no other outlet will have a way to reach the masses. It also means that
I think this speaks for itself.
This week’s blog chain, started by the awesome Amanda asks the question: Are you a good social networker? What aspect of platform building do you focus on the most? Which aspects freak you out? Blerg, I say. Blerg! I admit that I go through phases of being a good social networker. But mostly I suck. When
Ignorance isn’t just bliss, it’s essential. This morning I read fellow Tenner Steve Brezenoff’s blog post about how he cancelled his Google alerts and made a decision to stop looking for the endgame in this whole writing thing. I honestly read the post and then moved on without thinking about it until I read a