I’m guest blogging today at The Neural Net, where I’m talking about one of my favorite things: cheesy sci-fi movies. Stop by and weigh in on your favorites, and while you’re there, take a look around The Neural Net. Brian and crew have built a great site for all things nerdy, from video games to apps to movie and music reviews. Hope you’ll stop by for Sci-Fi Film Encounters of the Cheesy Kind at The Neural Net. See you there!
Write Anywhere is a weekly challenge to realize we can discover the fuel for creativity any place we choose. I love finding different places to get inspired and write, then sharing my experience with you on Fridays. Some weeks aren’t as conducive to exploring, with things like illness or bad weather to keep me close to home. But that’s not a problem when the adventure comes to me. Continue reading
Yesterday, one of our WANA International instructors, Amy Shojai, wrote about the importance of reinvention, and I strongly recommend her class this Saturday (which is recorded if you can't make the time). Use code: OWFI for $25 off. As authors, we are in a new paradigm that changes faster than we can keep up with it, thus Apple seemed to be a natural segue into the topic of reinvention and excellence.
Spring is here. Each year it calls me outside, in spite of my sinuses’ protests. What better way to enjoy the season and stir up creativity than to visit an event that points you to lovely vernal season skies? Continue reading
Today I am guest posting over at Oklahoma Women Bloggers. This is a big deal for two reasons:
- This is my first guest post gig. I’m pretty excited.
- It’s at Oklahoma Women Bloggers. Can I just say they’re awesome, y’all!
I hope you’ll stop by and check out my guest post and tool around their site for all kinds of blogiliciousness. See ya over there!
Have you ever had one of those weeks when it seems all the dastardly forces of Resistance are against you and your writing? If it wasn’t time suckers of the first magnitude (sitting on hold all day trying to find an intelligent being to understand they need to fix an incorrect bill) it was emotional vampires trying to attach their fangs and suck me dry of compassion and patience, and everything in between.
What’s a girl to do? Wear a necklace of garlic? Hide under the covers? I decided to high-tail it to the land of sunshine, laughter, and swishing tails. Continue reading