Talking About #Thrillers: My Three Favorite Thriller Novels – Guest Post by Kelly Charron

Do you like thrillers? Stories so intense they keep you up at night or only let you sleep with the lights on? If so, thriller author Kelly Charron is sharing some of her top picks with you. My Three Favorite Thriller Novels By Kelly Charron Picking three top thriller novels of all time is beyond … Continue reading Talking About #Thrillers: My Three Favorite Thriller Novels – Guest Post by Kelly Charron

Rone Awards Finalist: The Warrior Prophet

I'm super excited to announce that The Warrior Prophet, book three in The Watcher Saga is a finalist for a RONE award in the Young Adult category. The RONE awards will be announced soon, after the InD'Scribe Convention.  Whether or not it wins, I'm super exicted and grateful to have this third book in a … Continue reading Rone Awards Finalist: The Warrior Prophet

Don’t Write Anything – Your Ideas Suck. Sincerely, The Internet #amwriting

I have a confession to make. I spend a lot of time on the Internet. I tell myself it's for research purposes or to learn more about writing. Pinterest is filled with advice from budding authors and bloggers on how to be a "better"writer, or how to improve an aspect of your story, so you can reach … Continue reading Don’t Write Anything – Your Ideas Suck. Sincerely, The Internet #amwriting

Query Letter Tips for #Authors by MS Kaye

Today, I have author M.S. Kaye on my site, talking about Query Letter Tips. Today is the release day for her novel Endless as the Rain. Be sure to read all about it! Welcome, M.S.! Lisa, thank you for having me as your guest! Ah, the query letter. It’s like uttering a curse word (almost … Continue reading Query Letter Tips for #Authors by MS Kaye

Writer’s Vacation – Be Your Own Location Scout (and Make Your Own Writing Prompts)

Many years ago, when I read The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron, one of the assignments was to go on an “Artist’s Date.” This was a type of assigned play where you take your artist self out and see new things, or go to an art store and buy art supplies. I loved this practice. … Continue reading Writer’s Vacation – Be Your Own Location Scout (and Make Your Own Writing Prompts)