The reason I love the writing, publishing community so much is that you have a bunch of people who (for the most part) have been passionate about reading, writing, etc…since they were little. They’re honestly the BIGGEST population of people I know who are simply following their dreams and doing the work they want to… Read more »
If everyone was normal, nothing interesting would ever get done. Normal reminds me of setting on an appliance…be yourself, not a machine. -Patrice
This sounds like a great idea…I already have the next month/two planned out revision and writing wise for BLOOD OF ISIS, so I figured why not! I’m sure it’ll be a great way to meet more writers and building that writer community is always a wonderful thing! -Patrice
This is a great, “must watch for all artists” TED talk by Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love.
Hello My Fantastically Lovely Readers, A writer’s journey is often a very lonely one however we tend to make it lonelier than it has to be by not reaching out to those individuals/groups that have resources we need. For me, when I decided I wanted to pursue writing professionally I didn’t know what to do or where to go. Luckily this blog… Read more »
Thanks to Jen McConnel and Kip Wilson for tagging me in this fun post. It gives me the chance to talk about the manuscript I’m working on and share that love with some friends. I’m tagging, E.R. Arroyo, Oliver Dahl, Mia K Rose, and A.K. Fotinos-Hoyer.
In “Love Lists (part one – the lists)” I wrote down what I love about my current projects, in this second part I want to reflect on that short exercise.
Hi Readers! I recently found this post on Love Lists which are lists of what you love about a new project you are beginning. In the post it refers to the project as a new manuscript and for my lists it will be the same however Love Lists can be done for many new projects.
Hello Everyone 🙂 This year I’m participating in Gearing Up to Get an Agent (GUTGAA), and the first day is today. So here is a little about me & my answers to the Meet & Greet Questions.
Hi! I’m Patrice!
I’m a nineteen year old college student in the Boston area studying English with a Creative Writing concentration and Sociology, and I hail from Texas!!!
Hi everyone! I have recently received information about a short story competition that I would like to share with you. The competition is sponsored by ebook World Magazine, it started on September 1st and will run until October 31st.
It’s open to any self-publisher over the age of 16, and the prize is a free Kindle Touch .