I haven't really been writing very much in the past couple of weeks--not much time to--but I have a new approach in mind for a short story I've been tinkering around with. I think it's because my dad and I started watching Peaky Blinders on Netflix the other day (we haven't finished season 1 yet, … Continue reading Peaky Blinders and My Outlining Style
I have finished my first ten books of the year! Here they are:1. Hate To Want You (Forbidden Hearts #1) by Alisha Rai. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary/Erotic. 5 stars.2. Wrong To Need You (Forbidden Hearts #2) by Alisha Rai. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary/Erotic. 4 stars.3. Waiting On You (Blue Heron #3) by Kristan Higgins. Fiction/Romance/Contemporary/Small Town. 3 stars.4. Pachinko by Min … Continue reading 2018 Reading Challenge: 10 books read!
Last Monday, I received a really sweet email from a blog reader who said that some of the sources I had listed on my Blog Roll page helped her writing group students with this month's genre assignment of "historical fiction" !!What I'm writing at the moment isn't historical fiction and I'm not 100% sure when … Continue reading A new Research page
This with @NaliMeta1 & @JeLLyGuu923 pic.twitter.com/UZ9bRt3Exa— Michelle A (@SunflowerRei) March 9, 2018Hey y'all! I must tell you briefly about an outing I had with my two besties, my usual Broadway partners-in-crime. I think this is my first Broadway show of the year, in fact--and it's kind of a different one, since Lobby Hero is a … Continue reading Lobby Hero on Broadway
Hey, hey. It's time for IWSG in March! The Insecure Writer's Support Group is a network of writers and we post about our insecurities and writing on the first Wednesday of every month. Come check out the group right here. This month's question: How do you celebrate when you achieve a writing goal/ finish a story?Umm...I'm … Continue reading IWSG March