A few years ago, I faced a choice. One that would define the next few years of my life in ways that I’m still discovering. I was lost for a long time. Wandering, unsure what I wanted to do with my life. I’d taken an office job after leaving Starbucks, where I’d worked for three
Since the end of May, I’ve lost 30 pounds, 5 inches on my waist, and have gone from not even being able to sustain a run for for an entire mile to being able to run 4.5 miles (my longest so far this summer!) without stopping. Sure, my pace sucks, but I’m progressing and getting
I’m not much of a cook. I know how to throw some chicken and burgers on the grill and I can make a mean grille cheese sandwich. But the one thing I love making is chili. The first time I made chili was a few years ago when I was living on my own. I
Chelsea Campbell’s The Rise of Renegade X was one of my favorite books of 2010. Damien Locke is a hilarious character that had me rolling. Here’s the synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Damien Locke has a plan: major in messing with people at the local supervillain university and become a professional evil genius, just like his supervillain mom.
Sorry for the blog silence this summer, but I’ve been taking time out to get sorted. I haven’t been lounging around at the beach…I’ve actually been working hard, but it’s left very little time for other stuff. Especially for writers who also have day jobs, picking and choosing how to spend your time becomes extremely