The Writer Life

How do you write during hard times?

How do you write during hard times?

We never know when life events will disrupt every facet of our personal world. As a creative, it can be challenging to continue working during times of emotional upheaval. Stop by My Book Therapy's Learn How to Write a Novel blog to find out what I did when an...

Do you need a book coach?

Do you need a book coach?

Is there a story on your heart? Maybe it's been brewing for decades. Maybe you woke up one morning and it all came to you. Either way, you start writing, putting the pen to paper. Until you realize that your story is still more like a gloppy lump of clay than the...

Book Review: Wait For Me by Susan May Warren

Book Review: Wait For Me by Susan May Warren

Wait for Me is the sixth and final installment of the Montana Rescue series and readers have been craving to hear the final story of Pete and Jess. For fans of the series, we’ve waited with them and for them. But as we walk on the page with the characters, their...

Write without fear

Write without fear

It's NaNoWriMo. Each November, writers embark on "National Novel Writing Month" with the goal being to crank out 50,000 words during the month. That's a lot. The bright side of this is one must turn off their internal editor because y'all don't have time for...

Book Review: Some Like It Hot by Susan May Warren

Book Review: Some Like It Hot by Susan May Warren

Book 3 in the Summer of the Burning Sky series, Some Like It Hot follows the story of Riley McCord and Larke Kingston. You’ll want to read this series in order to get the full effect and not create spoilers for yourself. Like a rich dessert, this final book both...

The unexpected reason to attend a writers’ conference

The unexpected reason to attend a writers’ conference

If you've caught my Facebook posts, you know that my time at the Oregon Christian Writers 2018 Summer Coaching Conference was AMAZING. I won't repeat myself here (make sure you check it out), but there was a critical surprise. You might even call it a serious plot...

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