Lucy Paul Joins me for an awesome fun time. We read from her book Wait for me. We play tons of games and talk about sexy nonsense. Lucy is a lot of fun to talk to and just released her very first Novel Wait For Me, with the sequel due out in the summer. FollowContinue reading “Lucy Paul- Joins the UniWeb Interview Show. #writingcommunity”
Pew! Pew! Pew! Sorry if I hit you with my incredibly powerful brain blast. My mind is so powerful. Haha. I wanted to do a brainstorming session on my blog and share it with everyone. Hoping that it may help others that are stuck in writing what ever it is they are writing at theContinue reading “Brain Blasting All over Your Face”
First real interview up. With J.M Brister. Check out the video and the links to her work in the description. Follow J.M Brister on twitter @JM_Brister.
I would like to offer you an opportunity. It is free, and all about helping you and your work grow. I want to see, all the people who put in effort and time into blogging, writing, creating, blow up and become the person they want to become. Read below to find out more. Good morningContinue reading “Service: My Mission”
A small fire crackled and popped, the flames licking the darkness of the sky as if reaching out realizing the kinship to the stars that lie happily twinkling above. Ted and Marissa sat wrapped in each other’s arms soaking in the warmth of the fire on the cool April night. It had been three monthsContinue reading “How I Write A Love Story: Part 4, The Finale”
-Babe Ruth- You hit a grand slam last night. Thanks for a good time. Give me a call, let’s do it again, 555-6789 Marissa, Ted was still in a sleepy, satisfied daze reading the note his mystery woman left for him. How had it all happened? He was not a one night stand kind ofContinue reading “How I Write A Love Story: Part 3”
The white stone building stuck out like a surley dwarf amongst a crowd of giants, arms folding and face scowling refusing to move. “The Public Library?” Ted asked looking sideways at Marissa. “Yeah, this place is great. When was the last time you checked out a good textbook?” Marissa said with a smile looking upContinue reading “How I Write A Love Story: Part 2”
Ted stood, for what felt like the hundredth time this week, alone on the same sidewalk overlooking the pier. How did this keep happening? Was all he could think. He was a good guy, somewhat attractive. He had a good job was consistent and secure. He even read all the books on how toContinue reading “How I Write a Love Story: Part 1”