Identity Crisis

When I first began writing, I had no notions of writing YA. I was going to be the next Nora Roberts or Sophie Kinsella. I hadn't decided quite yet. And then I read Sarah Addison Allen, and I was terrified I'd never be able to write like that (I won't, and that's ok. We're different). … Continue reading Identity Crisis

Humilty & Ego

There's a place for both humility and ego in any creative project. Ego has its place in drafting, in creating, in crafting... Humility is needed for editing and yes, crafting goes here too. The one time I get the perfect balance of humility and ego is when I'm working on a project with another author. … Continue reading Humilty & Ego

In Brief: BE CREATIVE

Oh, man... I just had a weird cheerleading flashback, BE CRE-AY-TIVE. B. E. CRE-AY-TIVE! I'm so sorry for dragging you down that mini rabbit-hole with me. Ahem. *re-starts post*attempts to be somewhat professional*snorts*continues writing post anyway* I've been reading a TON of pre-published manuscripts lately, and it's been amazing and interesting, but here's what is … Continue reading In Brief: BE CREATIVE