Exciting Book News (at least I think it’s exciting)!

Happy September! Got your pumpkin spice latte? Great! Now let's talk Christmas... Last November during NaNoWriMo I wrote a book for a big publisher-slash-maker of Christmas movies on a channel that shall remain nameless but that I know you all watch during the holidays. SNOWED IN turned out to be a cute, sweet, Christmas romance... Continue Reading →

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Publishing, Rejections, and Writing is Weird

Being a writer is a weird thing. Some days, weeks, months, you seem to have it all together and everything is flowing. Words, marketing, tweets, posts. Other times, you open the laptop and stare at it until your head starts to bob because you're falling asleep. When things are going great, whoopee! Those are the... Continue Reading →

Rejected but Okay

I previously shared that Angela and I teamed up and co-wrote and submitted a screenplay to a screenplay writing competition associated with a major film festival. Well, today we got our rejection letter. It was very nice and polite--thanking and commending us and explaining that over 8,000 screenplays were submitted and the decision was difficult,... Continue Reading →

Chopping the Branches of Avidya

My husband gave me a book for Christmas called, The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice, by T.K.V. Desikachar. I previously posted about my newfound love for yoga, and I wanted to share something I read that applies universally, whether or not you enjoy yoga practice. The following is from Chapter Two, "The Foundations of Yoga Practice."  Don't... Continue Reading →

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