First, I apologize. I did say I would be revealing the new cover yesterday, but life got in the way, as it tends to do. I woke up to a friendly reminder email from an anxious fan/friend inquiring on its whereabouts. To writers (and the readers who have become their fans), there is nothing more … Continue reading Cover Reveal – Run Like A Girl
Synopsis: Mackenzie Allen Phillips's youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation, and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered is found in an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Four years later, in this midst of his great sadness, Mack receives a suspicious note, apparently from God, inviting him back … Continue reading The Shack… by, Wm. Paul Young
We all know that contracts of any type come with fine print. The small words with big meaning that are not intended to be read. Well, McDonald’s menu boards have it, too. I’ve been told this several times in the past, but did not believe it. Today, I stand before you to declare it is … Continue reading The Fine Print on a McDonald’s Menu Board
There is a certain level of honesty in even the most outrageous of facts. Here are a few to ponder... A. Asshole. Never use this word. It has been so overused it has had one of the S's squeezed out of it. Asshat and asswipe are worthy alternatives but sound rather tween-ish and are best suited … Continue reading The ABCs of Writing
Excuses, Reasons, and Distractions – And The Difference Between Them. I never pretend to be an expert on any topic related to writing nor is it my intention to be an expert. But for the knowledge I lack, I have lessons learned to even the playing field. Today’s post is about the reason(s) writers don’t … Continue reading Excuse? Reason? Distraction?
I know I've mentioned this before, and at the risk of boring you I'll repeat - I am not a fan of flying. But I am also an optimist at heart and have found the silver lining to the dreaded act. Reading. Uninterrupted one on one time with a book. Today, I finished one of … Continue reading Worthy Brown’s Daughter
I am, and have long been, an ardent fan of James Patterson’s work (mostly his mysteries). Even when he took on co-authors, I still liked most of his titles. My latest Patterson read was Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas. Written in 2001, it is one of his older titles and not written with anyone else. Synopsis: … Continue reading Suzanne’s Diary for Nicholas