I talked last time about how I chose the place and time for my story. And once that was done, I started looking into the culture of modern and historical Peru. The rabbit hole of link clicking was astronomical so I'll spare you those details. I learned a bunch of basics and found a whole… Continue reading Food in Modern Peru
I'm so excited to finally begin sharing my newest project with all of you, and thrilled to announce the launch of my newest novel, A Royal Internship. Fiercely independent Genevieve had her whole life planned out until her fiance dumped her and her finances fell apart. Living with her friend Janet until the college semester… Continue reading Introducing: A Royal Internship!
In an ideal world, this post would have happened at the beginning of April, but better late than never! I wanted to take some time to talk a little bit about Camp NaNoWriMo. If you have been here since the beginning, you might remember that it was last year's NaNoWriMo that really got me into… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Project
When the prompts came out for the Open Novella Contest, I had already decided I was going to participate. I only planned to write one novella in the twelve-week time limit, but when I saw the prompts, I quickly changed my tune. So many of the prompts looked so fun and I wanted to do… Continue reading Match Made: A Novella
I am the first to admit that I am a huge genre hopper. It has become a little bit difficult to brand myself as an author for this very reason. A good brand for anything usually has some kind of cohesive theme to it. So a person who writes only romance novels will have an… Continue reading From Love Stories to . . . Spy Novels?