As any writer knows, its finishing that last sentence of the story which is the trophy of any writing. When writing a series, books can be spaced apart as many as three years, and it can be difficult remembering certain points or plots which you constructed in a previous book. So how do you finish… Continue reading Finishing Strong in a YA Fantasy Series (Concluding book two “The Mirror Sliver.”)
Well this last semester of undergraduate work is winding down. I have less than two weeks of student teaching left and I find that I have to admit - I am going to miss the kids. I've enjoyed being with these ninth graders from Union County High School, and they've taught me a great deal of what it means… Continue reading The End! Or is it?
Well the semester is in full swing, and my plate is overflowing with stuff and more stuff. This week I have two response papers due for two separate history classes and a French test. Plus I am interning in the History Department, and I am the History Tutor at the Academic Success Center. I also decided that… Continue reading Are you one of those? Pro-active or Pro-crastinator?
As an author, stories come to me in many different circumstances. This particular series was actually a dream I had one night and then, another night. It was as if the muses were speaking directly to me, and something wonderful was in the beginnings of being created. This happened in 2003. 2020 17 years of… Continue reading The Creation of Green Isle