Book Title: The Obsession Author: Nora Roberts Genre: Romance/Thriller/Suspense Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Synopsis - At 12 yrs old, Naomi Bowes followed her father into the woods one night and stumbled upon a shocking & disturbing truth. From that moment, life would never be the same for Naomi, her mother, and her brother, Mason. Years later, Naomi's… Continue reading The Obsession by Nora Roberts| Book Review
After the birth of my first daughter, I think what bothered me most was being a full time stay at home mom. Of course, both my husband and me decided that it was best for our situation as we don't have any family close by to help out and I was not about to put… Continue reading Working from Home| Storytime
I've been writing for as long as I can remember, poetry, short stories, journals. Those are the places where my love of writing really took birth. I've always been scared to let people read my work, not because of self-doubt but because of bullying. Me, writing diligently to get my story out appears as a… Continue reading What Really Hinders My Writing Progress
Do you enjoy reading clean and wholesome romance? I'm writing one. It's a holiday romance inspired by my love of cheesy Hallmark movies around the holidays. There's nothing religious about any aspect of my book, just a fun, heart-warming journey and romance that occurs in the life of my protagonist. Growing up in a very… Continue reading Let’s talk Clean Romance| Writing Fiction
My kids are relatively small and this trick or treating thing is new to me but year after year I get better. After school, the two year old and I picked up the four year old and off we went. Initially I was spazzing out about trick or treating for the first time on my… Continue reading What Happened on Halloween + Nanowrimo???
Last week, I worked diligently on my current “work in progress”. I was happy, I hit word counts and managed to clean up the messes on the way. Over the weekend something happened, that something that always happens. I feel hopeless, incompetent and I want to discard this entire story. Not even midway in each… Continue reading Every Story Has A Reader| Writing Fiction
I stumbled across a video about the importance of momentum when writing a book and although I know it's a logical way of thinking, I don't always apply that with my own projects. I allow many factors to affect me from completing a manuscript. Basically, having momentum means finishing a book, at least a first… Continue reading How Important is Momentum| Fiction Writing
What really started me out writing stories and poetry was "Composition Class" in primary school. As early as the age of six, I had to write essays (called compositions sometimes) based on pictures or a topic. It would start with a first line sometimes, and sometimes it would be titled something like "A Day at… Continue reading Should Writers Only Write What They Know? | Writing Fiction
"The pen is mightier than the sword" is an expression coined by English author, Edward Bulwer-Lytton. It's main idea is the indication that communication is better than violence. This is a sentence or phrase that resonates deep with me, in my own personal way. I'm not a violent person who turned writer overnight (haha). Writing… Continue reading The Pen is Mightier Than The Sword
What are Content Mills? In layman's terms, content mills or content farms are websites that hire freelancers to generate large amounts of textual content. In most cases, a freelance writer has to bid the lowest to get hired. Because of this, many writers as well as employers don't find the services rendered from these sites… Continue reading Can Content Mills help your Writing Career?