Adding new meaning to a “Book Bite”

When I bite into a book I want to experience all the delicious layers. As I devour the characters, nibbling on plot lines and savoring the scenery I know that each page offers a new sensation. And what I love about the chefs— each mix of ingredients produces an entirely different experience. Milk, eggs, chocolate… each turn of the whisk adds a unique blend. Best part; you can eat up a book and still have it to eat up again and again:)


Posted by on May 20, 2014 in Uncategorized


Learning to Balance Life and Creativity

Learning to Balance Life and Creativity

Where ever your creative talents lie, you must not tip yourself too far in one direction or the other. So many people call themselves writers, but rarely, actually write anything down at all. I have heard the old adage over and over “Butt in Chair equals writing.” You must stop telling yourself “I will write when I am finished—decorating, paying bills, reading this book, cleaning the bathroom…” Your writing needs equal billing. Don’t let your creative brew ferment on your finger tips, make sure you spill it on the page or, take it from the Walrus in Alice in Wonderland—
“The time has come,” the walrus said, “to (write) of many things: Of shoes and ships – and sealing wax – of cabbages and kings”
(okay so I used a little bit of poetic license, but I am a fiction writer after all and right now, my butt is in a chair writing!)


Posted by on February 19, 2014 in Uncategorized


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