Getting the Story at All Cost

Getting the Story at All Cost

As a journalist, I learned early that sometimes you need to get creative to get the story. That’s a mentality that still comes in handy in my work with clients. Continue reading

Doing the Work of Creative Goal-Setting

Doing the Work of Creative Goal-Setting

Well, I didn’t get to work on my manuscript for Unleashing the Sun during my writing retreat in June with Judy Kelliher, but I did finish a client’s book. I also finalized the content for my soon-to-go-live, new-and-improved Beetle Press website, and I created a loose five-year plan for my business and life. Continue reading

My Adventuring Housemate Published his Third Book

My Adventuring Housemate Published his Third Book

My housemate Craig Fear is a good guy. His faults are few, and those I could list are trivial, such as that he sometimes forgets to wipe the stove, and he wins every game he plays. (Competitive as I am, that does get under my skin.) Continue reading

Heading Back on Retreat

Heading Back on Retreat

Friday night, my dear friend and fellow writing partner Judith Kelliher and I are heading to Amherst, Massachusetts, to settle in to a bed and breakfast known for its support of women writers. And once again, we’re going to quietly work side by side on our books. Continue reading