Can Someone Steal Your Book Idea?

Can someone steal your book idea? I tend to find there are two responses to this question: Absolutely! YES! Someone did that to meeee! NO WAY. Never happens. It’s impossible, because your idea can only be written by you. To be honest, I think both of these answers are a little too black and white.… Continue reading Can Someone Steal Your Book Idea?


Website Wonders & Four-Year Blogiversary

First, I want to give a shout out to WordPress and everyone I've met in the blogosphere! Today is my four-year anniversary with WordPress, and I'm still totally, completely in love with this community. Thanks for having me. ~SAT Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous,… Continue reading Website Wonders & Four-Year Blogiversary

Writing Tips

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 August’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading, Conspiracies, and Procrastination. If you enjoy these websites, be sure to follow me on Twitter because I share even more websites and photos like… Continue reading Website Wonders


#WW 2016 YA Reading Predictions

As the year comes to an end, readers are looking forward to new releases in 2016…and authors are nervous about all the predictions coming out. (Come on, I know I’m not the only one.) I’ve already read a few myself—and they ALWAYS freak me out. So what better way to combat them than by joining… Continue reading #WW 2016 YA Reading Predictions


Movie Mention: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

It's phenomenal. End of story. Seriously. I saw this Sunday night, and I couldn't get over how fantastic every bit of it was. The characters are rounded--they're, not only believable, but they complement one another tremendously. Jeremy Renner is a perfect sarcastic killer, while Gemma Arterton reclassifies the badass heroine every fantasy tale deserves. The… Continue reading Movie Mention: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters


TV Time: Once Upon a Time

Fairy tale rewrites are HUGE nowadays. It’s almost the “in” thing with writers in all kinds of work (authors, television, movies, etc.). Think about it: Movies like Tangled, Shrek, and Snow White and the Huntsman are all fairy tale retellings. Novels like Throne of Glass and A Curse Dark as Gold (I had the joy of sitting… Continue reading TV Time: Once Upon a Time