My Everyday Hero

I think everyone’s got one–a role model–or a person who shapes who they are. Most people have more than one, but I bet you can name one person who made you who you are. For me it’s my grandmama, Millie Lorena Franklin. She taught through example. At 88 years old,…

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Creating the Everynerd

Dear readers, I need help! I’m soon to rewrite the first scene of my book, DREAMTHIEF, which is a story about a psychologist who helps nerdy people conquer their real-world mental problems such as depression and OCD’s. Most of her patients collect fairy or dragon memorabilia. Why? Because they’ve actually…

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Spot That Error

I’ve been playing Spot That Error! for the past couple weeks. Why? Because I had three agents request my book at the writing conference. I wanted the thing 100% error proof. Which, if you’ve ever written anything 80,000 words long, is impossible. So I focused mainly on my first chapter….

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SHINE

I’ve been invited to work on a very special project by author William Bernhardt. He’s written a comic-book style series of stories about a girl named Aura, who finds out she has special powers by supposedly blowing up Seattle. He’s invited me and a few other authors to create our…

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