Today, I’m trying my hand at a bit of short fiction. This piece of flash fiction is under 600 words at 595 words. This scene popped into my head last night, perhaps because at dinner, our family was talking about our Italian heritage and the legacies we leave behind (I know…a little heavy for a… Read More Franco and The Blonde: Fiction Friday
My PR person has been working really hard on and off all weekend to get my promos ready for this week as I get set to launch Book #4, The Postcard and Other Short Stories & Poetry. She’s extremely tired and needs to go to bed, but she thought it might be a good idea… Read More My PR Person Is Tired
I believe everything we write comes from a place of experience or another person’s experience. We take what we know and we allow it to form our fictional writing. The most frequently asked question I get besides “When do you find time to write?” is this one: “How much of you is in your character(s)?”… Read More Melding Real Life Stories Into Fiction
Well, you know what Eleanor Roosevelt said, right? “Do one thing every day that scares you.” When I was a mass communication major, I realized very quickly that I like being behind the camera more than I like being in front of it, which is why I gravitated toward writing. So, here I am taking… Read More A Video Interview About The Postcard & Other Short Stories & Poetry
So while I’m super excited about this upcoming work, I made a mistake in my previous blog post and attached the work in progress jpg file of this teaser and not the corrected version. A good lesson to always double check your stuff. Sometimes we make mistakes as indie authors when we do it all… Read More The Postcard & Other Short Stories – Promotion
The idea for this short story has been brewing in my brain for a while, so I decided to finally draft something for it. Without saying too much, it’s about a writer (author) who suffers from agoraphobia, which leads her to live the life of a recluse, and has possibly been the cause of her… Read More Fiction Friday: A Still Untitled Work in Progress. A Short Story.