On November 1, 2011, I embarked on a writing adventure called NaNoWriMo, also known as National Novel Writing Month. The goal was to reach 50,000 words by November 30th, and I was bound and determined to meet that goal. During those thirty days, I poured my heart out in a reckless rough draft that mingled … Continue reading Thank you.
In 2002, everything I thought I knew about life changed. It was on Sept. 21 when I felt the last kick of my baby. Two days later, I would meet my child who lacked a heartbeat. On Sept. 23, 2002, I gave birth to him, Connor Marley, my baby who died 32 weeks into my … Continue reading Invisible child: A story of stillbirth
Today is kind of a quiet day. I find myself in between projects, which means I am unsure of what to do with myself. My coming book, The Road to Hope, is now in the hands of my editor for the next two weeks. This is both exciting (since it's one of the final steps … Continue reading In between projects
Note: the title of this novel has changed from Finding Hope to The Road to Hope. Hi all! I recently finished writing and self-editing a literary fiction book called "The Road to Hope," a story about two mothers who suffer two very different tragedies, and whose lives change completely from the moment their paths cross. … Continue reading The Road to Hope – Beta readers wanted