Tabletop Gaming Etiquette

Today I want to talk to you about something very near and dear to my heart: tabletop gaming, particularly tabletop RPGs. Last fall, I got a small group of friends together and started running a D&D campaign. There have been a lot of bumps in the road as we had … Continue Reading →


Giving Readers What They Want, Part 1: Escape

What is most important to you, as a writer, to provide to your readers? Share your thoughts in the comments section! Confession: I’ve been struggling to complete the final revisions on Book One. You all will probably remember my post about follow-through in my Libra’s Guide. It’s the last few yards … Continue Reading →


The Busy Woman’s Guide to Writing and Finishing a Novel: A Review and Giveaway

  Overview Fully entitled The Busy Woman’s Guide to Writing and Finishing a Novel: Stop Procrastinating and Get it Done by Anita Evensen, this book is a quick read that offers a lot of great “getting started” type information. While it’s clearly not aimed at the more established or professional writer, the topics covered provide … Continue Reading →