After this last month of participating in National Novel Writing Month, here is what I know: Yes, I could write 50,000 words in one month. But did I really want to? That was the question I faced as Week Three came into focus.Read More
Gratitude—in its purest, truest, most profound form—is priceless.
Priceless not only in its impact, but also in its obscurity. It’s the type of gratitude that isn’t felt in one moment, then dismissed the next. The type that doesn’t need conjuring up because it lives inside your bones -- bubbling beneath your chest like a corked up bottle of champagne.Read More
NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) an annual competition where upwards of 400,000 people sign up from all over the world and make a pledge to write 50,000 words . . . in one month. Yup, that’s right. In one month. Here’s what I’m doing to prepare.Read More
I think it is safe to say that emotions have been running high over the last week. Division is in the air, so thick and tangible we can feel it in our bones. In life, in politics, and in justice, there are many things we ultimately can’t control. What we can control is our own personal fight for beauty. For finding it, owning it, creating it, and cherishing it. Here are the five ways I am embracing and creating beauty in my own life.Read More
For the month of December, all proceeds from book sales will benefit four awesome nonprofits!Read More
Every good book has a good editor. For SHOT, our editor was the co-creator of Upwrite Magazine and freelancer extraordinaire, Kate Watson.Read More
Little known fact: It takes a lot more than just a writer to bring the best possible version of a book into the world. That’s why I’m thrilled to be interviewing a key person who helped bring SHOT to life.Read More