Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of July’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading, and Art. If you enjoy these websites, be sure to follow me on Twitter because I share even more websites and photos like this… Continue reading #WW Website Wonders
#WW Website Wonders
Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of January’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading, Art, and Just Because. If you enjoy these websites, be sure to follow me on Twitter because I share even more websites and… Continue reading #WW Website Wonders
Today is a busy day for me! I normally only blog every other day, but I had to share a few fantastic announcements with everyone. If only I had an awesome podium to stand behind and a little microphone attached to my head. (Sorry - I’ve been watching a lot of TED talks recently…Wait. I’m… Continue reading Author Announcements
Interactive Book Reviews for Readers and Authors
Shannon, here, for an announcement. Minutes Before Sunset was featured on Friday Fiction. You can read an 1,000 word excerpt by clicking here. The scene happens between Jessica and Eric, and it’s from a chapter told from Jessica’s perspective. Now an introduction. Pau Castillo from Pau’s Castles has written a wonderful post about her technique… Continue reading Interactive Book Reviews for Readers and Authors
My Next Novel: Take Me Tomorrow is Almost Here!
My next novel - Take Me Tomorrow - is almost here! We even have a Facebook Page. Please like it by clicking here I know, right? The cover is already here, and the novel is closer than you think. Only a few months away actually. AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc. is expecting to release it on July… Continue reading My Next Novel: Take Me Tomorrow is Almost Here!
A Reading of “Regretful Memories”
Coffee, Books, and Art by Sarit Yahalomi reviewed Seconds Before Sunrise, and Sarit also posted the review for Minutes Before Sunset right below it, so you can read both. Find out why she said, "Again it was a page turner and full of action, and I couldn't stop reading until I reached to it's end.”… Continue reading A Reading of “Regretful Memories”
Photography and Writing
First - if you like Facebook groups for authors, editors, and/or any one to do with writing, here’s a fantastic one for the Author Extension Community. It’s just another way to meet more people willing to support other artists. Second - I want to thank Sarit Yahalomi at Coffee & Books & Art for reviewing Minutes… Continue reading Photography and Writing
The Artist’s Guilt
Win a signed copy of Minutes Before Sunset today Most people would agree that art is very significant to a culture, especially the older the art lasts. Ironically, those same people might belittle the "starving artists" or any artist for many reasons (the main one generally surrounds an income.) But, even more importantly, artists often… Continue reading The Artist’s Guilt
Reading Event: Ann Hamilton at the Spencer Museum of Art
Website Update: The Magill Review interviewed me this week, and now the interview is posted! Check it out here, and learn more information on the behind-the-scenes of Minutes Before Sunset. (There will also be the link on my next post.) 12 days until the Minutes Before Sunset release! Last night, my Poetry Writng II class (instructed… Continue reading Reading Event: Ann Hamilton at the Spencer Museum of Art