For writers, reading is like an inhale; while writing is the exhale. You can write without reading all you want, but odds are, you won’t see much improvement.… Read More 10 Books Every Writer Should Have on Their Summer Reading List
All in all, I finished nine novels in 2017, while (roughly) three went back on the shelf. In truth, I started (and didn’t finish) way more than three books this year, but I only listed the most interesting. (It’s totally not because I couldn’t remember the rest. Trust me.)… Read More Every Book I Read in 2017 (AND THE 3 BOOKS I DIDN’T FINISH)
I walked up and down the book aisles of Target. Back and forth. Scanning the shelves with remarkable care, even though every title is familiar by now.
Give me some credit: I don’t have a real bookstore near me. Books-A-Million is a half hour away, McKay’s is further, and Barnes and Noble is even further. So, I go to Target. Oddly enough, it’s one of my favorite stores anyway.
I’m having some Book Struggles. It’s capitalized because it should be a real thing by now, if that makes sense.… Read More Irritation in the Book Aisle – Writing the Book You Want to Read