"The Girl Who Frosts The Cakes"

Status Update: “The Girl Who Frosts the Cakes” (Bonus: Q&A about the book!)

The protagonist, Mildred “Rosie” Fairbanks, is fifteen years old when the story opens and lives on the second story of her family bakery, John’s Baked Goods. She lives with her brother (Leslie Fairbanks), mother (Mary Fairbanks), and aunt (Minnie McKenna). Her best friend is Billy Fuji, whose family is very close to Rosie’s.

As the war makes its way to America at the end of 1941, Rosie faces unthinkable hardships in losing her best friends. Due to her family’s carelessness in running John’s Baked Goods, the bakery loses more and more customers every month.

I’m trying to integrate multiple themes in the novel; the biggest of which is finding hope during difficult times.… Read More Status Update: “The Girl Who Frosts the Cakes” (Bonus: Q&A about the book!)

"The Girl Who Frosts The Cakes"

An Introduction to “The Girl Who Frosts the Cakes” – Special Sneak Peek!

Hi again, writers! I sure have been posting a lot, haven’t I? In case you missed my last post, you can find it here. The Girl Who Frosts the Cakes (cover not final) is a 1940s historical fiction novel I wrote for NaNoWriMo in 2016. I announced the novel as a “Special Surprise” in March, and since… Read More An Introduction to “The Girl Who Frosts the Cakes” – Special Sneak Peek!

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Sweet Tea and Rain – How I Became More Productive in My Writing

…Which is why I’m sharing this good news with you: I am doing so much better on my novel now. In the past 2-3 days, I’ve written thousands of words! That’s a pretty darn big deal for me. So, for the first time in months, I’m on track again!

Right now, my goal is to have the novel released on Amazon in October 2017.

I think this calls for a cupcake. Later.

For now, I want to tell you how I became so productive. Because it’d be wrong of me to keep all of this success to myself, huh?

So here’s the basics of what I did to become more productive… Read More Sweet Tea and Rain – How I Became More Productive in My Writing