Bailey Gaines and I chat about our stories in Springtime in Surrey, ballet, stiff upper lips, and much more.
The end-goal mindset transformed The Cottage on the Hill. Might it make a difference in your own story... or life?
God still speaks to us... but we have to be ready to listen.
Outlining doesn't hamper first draft creativity.
Discover the reason why I don't wait long after crafting the outline to start drafting a new story.
Guest Katja H. Labonté shares some behind-the-scenes notes about The Tussie-Mussie, her story in the Springtime in Surrey anthology.
Guest Grace A. Johnson shares four tips for keeping short-form romance simple. Which one might be helpful for your next novella?
Discover the hook that sparked the upcoming novella The Cottage on the Hill, published in Springtime in Surrey this summer.
Why I choose to write (instead of read) + the cover reveal for Springtime in Surrey, my next book!
Sometimes research is very entertaining. Can you guess which two vintage entertainers served as inspiration for my favorite scene in The Cottage on the Hill?