Ripples author,Evan Williams

I love it when I find another local author. This week it is my pleasure to interview Evan Williams, a fellow North Carolinian writing from the Asheville area. Hi Evan. I read that you entered your first writing competition in sixth grade and won second place. Would you please introduce yourself to my readers andContinue reading “Ripples author,Evan Williams”

Sliding into 2019 as an author

On December 15, 2018, Sandman was released to the world. Sandman was my first attempt at a full novel. Before 2018, I had no idea what writing, editing, and publishing a book meant, not really. I also did not realize that writing “The End” or finding a publisher is not the end game. Oh myContinue reading “Sliding into 2019 as an author”

What is this Patreon you speak of?

Until recently, I had not heard of the fundraising app known as Patreon and, when I did, I brushed it off as another Go Fund Me application where friends and family might throw a few dollars your way before the repeated posting gets annoying and they hide the content forever. Then I noticed a PatreonContinue reading “What is this Patreon you speak of?”

Writing Tips That Have Served Me Well

In December, my first novel will hit the selves. That both excites and terrifies me. It also gives me pause. It has been a journey like the journey of most aspiring authors. I started full of ideas and passion. It got hard. I got stuck. I stopped. I got a renewed sense of determination. IContinue reading “Writing Tips That Have Served Me Well”

Write What You Know

Most of us have heard this advice and thought, “But what I know is boring,” or “What I know has already been written.” Here’s the thing. “Write what you know” is not about me writing a story about a woman who got pregnant at 17, married at 18, had some more kids, and divorced beforeContinue reading “Write What You Know”