Last night, my husband and I went to see the American Idol Live Tour. I admit, it was a total impulse buy when season 14 of American Idol ended earlier this year. But we had become so enamored with a few of these contestants, namely Jax and Clark Beckham, that we just had to see … Continue reading Idols, authors and humble beginnings
Blog note: This post is kind of embarrassing. Don't read it. Especially if you are Colleen Hoover. There are two realities I've been living in lately - one of total frustration and impatience, and one of sheer excitement about possibilities. It's whatever one I'm focusing on that dictates how I live. Right now, I have … Continue reading Don’t tell Colleen Hoover I Facestalked her.
I admit it. Before I became an author, I had never read an indie-published book. I can list a few different reasons for this: - There's less risk with a traditionally published book...a publisher thought it was good, so it must be good (uh, right). - Traditionally published books are more recognizable, thanks to deep … Continue reading 5 reasons I love indie books