First Day

Never let two authors loose in the back-to-school supplies section. It’s dangerous. Seriously, my sister Perry Elisabeth and I claim we nearly bought everything. 😀 We were really there to pick up a few things for my siblings and my college classes (which started today *scared face*), but of course we had to ooh and … More First Day

A Very Good Excuse

Hello! I didn’t die, and I just wanted to hop on here and let y’all know I’m taking a blogging break today. 😉 I’ve been sewing nearly all day, and I’m hoping to get to write a bit tonight. (Because I only wrote 900 words last week, and my story is begging me to give it some … More A Very Good Excuse

Plate Update: Packages, British Accents, and My WIP

A little over a year ago, I wrote a blog post called “What’s On My Plate?” Basically it contained a picture of me with a dinner plate piled high with all the books, projects, and notebooks begging for my attention. I’m was grinning kind of wryly and preparing to “dig in” with a huge knife and … More Plate Update: Packages, British Accents, and My WIP

Second Draft Crazies

I did Camp NaNoWriMo again this month! My goal was to accomplish 10,000 words of revisions to my WIP “Kiera”. Between releasing The Twin Arrows, celebrating Independence Day, and selling books at the homeschool convention, I only wrote fourteen days this month; but I’m happy to say I made my goal! 😀 It’s been really … More Second Draft Crazies

Create for Him

Artists aren’t mentioned often in the Bible, but the few times are pretty interesting. King David was a psalmist, instrument players and singers were designated for the temple, and the Proverbs 31 superlady made herself tapestry and fine linen. Even the beginning of Hebrews and the ending verses of John are written almost like poetry. … More Create for Him