I have sheets to change. Laundry to fold. Social media to check, if I want to. I could even write a longer blog post. 😀 But the sky is shifting from gray with future storm to deep blue-black with night, and it is time to soak up the creativity, pull out my manuscript, and begin. … More Time to Begin
Yesterday I did a very cool author-y thing. I hit “publish” on the paperback version of Sincerely, Jem. 😁🤩 ^^ A.k.a. the most exciting pop-up message of an author’s life. 😆 And today… IT’S AVAILABLE, Y’ALL!! I’m extra excited because this is the first paperback book I’ve formatted myself. 😉 #authorgoals As are three other … More A Very Bookish Christmas: Meet and Greet!
I’m excited about two word-related things right now… #1? The other day, I printed off draft one of “Imperfect”. You probably heard me cackling in excitement. 😆 Then I stapled it together in segments of a chapter or two, located my red pen, and got to work. 😉 I haven’t had a lot of time … More Upcoming and Exciting
“I, Holiday Brown, have it all. A platinum record. Multi-million dollar home in Manhattan that I share with my two best friends. Life is looking fantastic until my roommate’s brother decides to bunk in our guestroom while his house gets renovated. W. Emmett Bell has always been the bane of my existence. He’s annoying, stubborn, … More Book Review: The Trouble With Love
This year is rushing by like a puppy who stole something. I’m pretty sure I just did one of these updates last week, right? *laughs and cries because quarantine has made time meaningless* I’ve spent this quarter both world and injustice weary and exceedingly blessed and surprised by what God is doing. I can’t wait … More Plate Update: Weary and Blessed
“Equipped with space suits, golf clubs and a flag, the Doctor and Rose are planning to live it up, Apollo mission-style, on the Moon. But the TARDIS has other plans, landing them instead in a village on the south coast of England; a picture-postcard sort of place where nothing much happens. Until now… An archaeological … More Book Review: I Am a Dalek