Cheating On Creepy Faces

Posted 18 CommentsPosted in Beneath The Darkness, Epiphanies, Thoughts On Writing

So, if you’ve been hanging around here for a while, 1) I kind of pity you because really, I don’t make a whole lot of sense, and 2) you’ve probably heard me talk about my Creepy Faces book. It’s awesome. And creepy. And I love it. But. BUT BUT BUT. I just finished reading Anna […]

I Am Angry At Television (But I Love John Green)

Posted 31 CommentsPosted in Epiphanies, Goals, Pearls of (Almost) Wisdom

The Husband and I have decided to embark on an experiment together. We are not going to watch TV until Friday night. Not because we believe that TV is somehow WRONG, and not because we’re trying to be annoying by saying “Oh, we just don’t have TIME for television.” We DO have time, and we […]

Saying Goodbye To THE CLEARING

Posted 23 CommentsPosted in Announcements, Epiphanies, My Journey, Serious Stuff, The Clearing

On February 18, 2011, after multiple rounds of revisions and editor submissions, I self-published my first novel, THE CLEARING. And on February 18, 2012, I will pull it from publication. I never set out to be a self-published author. In fact, when I put THE CLEARING up for sale, I only expected close friends and […]

Sometimes, Even Quitters Don’t Quit

Posted 16 CommentsPosted in Epiphanies, Pearls of (Almost) Wisdom, Thoughts On Writing

If there’s one thing I’m great at, it’s procrastinating. If there’s another thing I’m great at, it’s quitting. I sound like a real winner, don’t I? What I mean is, if I’m not COMPLETELY motivated and HIGHLY passionate about something, chances are, I’ll quit. For example, when I was in junior high, I started playing […]