I am a writer first and foremost, author second to that. If you know me or have heard me speak, I have made this statement on multiple occasions. The writer’s goal is to evoke emotion. To ensure the audience smiles laughs, cries, becomes angry or hurts for the characters that make up the story line.
Tag Archives: Cyber Bullying
I will never forget the day I received correspondence from a woman I’d met during a book signing, that email forever changed my Mischief Series. The lady, Beverly Hutton, had been in Barnes and Noble and purchased Mischief in the Mushroom Patch. She spent a few minutes visiting with me and left. I remember specifically
As 2015 comes to an end, I look back with mixed feelings; bittersweet. On a professional level, company wise, we had successes of such a magnitude that only those close to us could appreciate what we truly accomplished. Positioning our company in such a way it will survive the tumultuous ups and downs of the
Recently a fellow author contacted me and asked if I could do him a favor. “Sure,” I said. “What is it?” He proceeded to tell me that his daughter was taking a college class that required her to interview an author, non-family member. Introductions took place and his daughter, Nicolette Anspach, sent me a
Time is never on my side; I must have said this a million times, especially these days. Being a publisher takes a lot of my time, most of it, but being an author makes it worth it. Part of the perks of being an author is meeting wonderful new people when you least expect
I love this piece, The Greenlee Project. I can’t begin to describe how difficult it was for me to write. It took me to a dark place, as a writer, and at times as a person. I withdrew, and likely became more of a recluse than I appear to be. Common for writers; I’m not.
It’s no secret that cyber bullying has been around a while, true? Due to the society that we live in, I don’t believe that will ever change. Being a parent of kids from two different generations, I’ve observed the change over the years between the ways kids now communicate. Quite frankly, it’s scary. As a