How the Imaginary Lives of Childhood Helped Me Reinvent My Adult Reality

When I was a child, I lived and breathed fiction, inventing detailed characters and complex worlds everywhere I turned. In my fiction, I was a ballerina, a mini Indiana Jones or a resistance fighter. I was an only child growing up with a single father, an orphan raising my three siblings, or I was the … Continue reading How the Imaginary Lives of Childhood Helped Me Reinvent My Adult Reality

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Fridays’ Brief Book Reviews: Falling Head Over Heels For Fangirl

What more can you ask from a novel than lovable characters who live and breathe beyond the page?  A young writer finding her voice, telling a story (fanfic) within a story, an innocent college freshman stumbling and fumbling into first love with a totally crush-worthy guy, and a twin carving out her own, independent identity … Continue reading Fridays’ Brief Book Reviews: Falling Head Over Heels For Fangirl

True Tales of a Forty-Year-Old Writer

A week ago yesterday, my best friend gave me an early birthday surprise as a burst of inspiration to help me close out National Novel Writing Month. I was happily stunned by the email that informed me I was gifted a masterclass with bestselling children’s author Judy Blume. What could be cooler than taking a … Continue reading True Tales of a Forty-Year-Old Writer