My First Audio/video newsletter

Hello everyone in the blogosphere, Today I have a special treat for you! My first audio/video newsletter. You can watch the video or listen to the podcast version of this newsletter at the links below. YouTube: Podcast: If you’d like to see more content like this, please let me know in the comments below. Be … Read more

Inspirational Journeys Presents: Special Guest Interview with Denise Brixey

If you love all things cats and writing, today’s episode will not disappoint you! Click the link below to hear my conversation with my special guest, who is a cat lover and a cozy mystery author with a bit of paranormal and fantasy thrown in the mix INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEYS PRESENTS! Special Guest Interview with Denise … Read more

Original Poetry: Warning Sign

The following poem was written as a warning to the reader of things to come, by the shadowy figure following my protagonist in the revised version of A Journey of Faith. I leave a note on the pillow As a warning, My charge must heed In the morning. A detour she must take For her … Read more

Inspirational Journeys Presents: 3 Recommended Twitter Chats for Writers

In today’s podcast episode I recommend three Twitter chats for writers. Log onto Twitter and search for the following hashtags, before the chats take place to learn more about them: WHAT? #MCChat WHEN? Tuesdays at 9 PM Eastern #MCChat is a Twitter chat where writers answer questions posed by the host in the voice of … Read more

Inspirational Journeys Presents: Special Guest Interview with Claire O’Sullivan

INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEYS PRESENTS! Aspiring Author Claire O’Sullivan! Hello: I’m proud to announce the following guest for your listening pleasure. Please be sure to read onward after the following message to learn how you can be my guest here on INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEYS. Thanks for listening and do write to let me and my guest know what … Read more

Plot Holes are like Wounds, They Both can be Stitched up

Yes, you read that title right. It was so profound when I heard it in a dream yesterday morning, that I will have to say it again. Plot holes are like wounds, they both can be stitched up. Even though this little truth about writing and revisions caught me off guard when I heard it, … Read more