I joined Insta in 2013 but didn't use it until two years ago. It took me a minute to get used to it but as my love affair with Facebook was dwindling my love of beautiful pictures grew. The square When I published Dandelion Jane: Strawberry Jelly in 2017 I threw my Instagram posting into … Continue reading Instagram


Last year I had every intention of kicking my social media posting in the butt. As my bullet journal showed at the end of the year, I failed. As I said in my earlier post, me and social media have a fraught relationship. I want to like it. When social media was growing in popularity, … Continue reading Facebook

Social Media

You guys... this is my legit face when I start to think about social media and promoting myself. I am an Enneagram 1w2. I am a Myers Briggs INFJ. I do not like fake. I do not like corruption. I can't even when it comes to social media. But here we are. I'm an author … Continue reading Social Media

My Editor

My little series on influential people in my writing career wouldn't mean nearly as much if I didn't touch on my second biggest supporter - my editor and best friend. Who's always in your corner cheering you on? That December that I began writing again, the first person I let see my work, was my … Continue reading My Editor

Suzanne Collins

Suzanne Collins means something to me that Louisa May Alcott can't touch. While Louisa inspired me, encouraged me, gave me the courage to write, Collins saved my life. When you read the book that changes your life there is a distinct before and after. Am I crazy saying that? Is it only me? I doubt … Continue reading Suzanne Collins

My First Critic

Whenever you put yourself out there, you're going to get some negative feedback. Depending on how you handle criticism and how it's given you can either grow from it or die from it. I'm still learning how to push past critique. I have always been a sensitive soul. It drives me crazy. I've told myself … Continue reading My First Critic