I woke disoriented and my eyes felt gritty. Sunlight was shining on me from a strange direction, though my blanket felt and smelled familiar. I stretched and rubbed my eyes before looking around the room. The eggshell white walls were bare and there were boxes stacked next to the dresser. I was in a new […]
Plays with words, runs with scissors
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Last call for questions for the Indie writer Q&A! I have several indie author guests to help me out on this one, and I’m keen to see what questions folks have for us!
In most creative endeavors, one of the goals is to do something different than others have, or to show something familiar in a new way. That may mean taking the same starting point and finding a divergent path to the same end, or creating an entirely new path to a different end. Over time, many […]
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A reveal of the cover art for It Sounds Familiar, the second book in A Familiar Story.
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