Two of the walls are done in a deep indigo blue. The other two walls are done in a pinkish-tan that keeps it feeling open in here. My old green file cabinet has been repainted to match the walls with the drawer fronts covered in a crackly-sparkly overcoat that screams
For me, this one's easy. I love my job! Well, most of it. There are parts that make me crazy sometimes, but overall? I am most grateful that my whole "job" revolves around books - writing them, reading them, reviewing them and promoting them.
Today, I want to hone in on one person in my life that, well, I may not still be heading towards a writing career without her. For a long, long time, Allie McCormack was the sole writing mentor in my life. RWA2018 changed that. I met so many a
I've worked out a lot of heavy emotion, both positive and negative, in journals, stories, and blog posts. I love reading other peoples' writings in the form of blog posts, articles, social media, and stories. Writing levels the playing field when you're not dealt a great hand, and what I can say in written form is often closer to what's in my heart than what I can make myself say out loud (let alone in front of a camera!).
He's often the unsung hero in the business, prepping review blogs for me, or doing the boring work of adding new inventory. He's also more introverted than I am, which sometimes strains our relationship when I ask him to step out of his comfort zone - usually, anything that doesn't involve a meat cooler, freezer or butcher knives