I felt it was time to finally talk some more about the murder mystery, or as it is most commonly known these days my cozy mystery, which I have been writing for the past several months. And most of all I felt it was time to finally reveal the title! I am still in the … More My Murder Mystery Book Title Reveal!
“In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” – Maya Angelou I never saw myself reflected on tv. A chubby small town girl who liked to read didn’t really get much airtime on tv. Still doesn’t. Not to mention one with chronic illness. As more minorities speak up and rightfully demand their stories be … More Disability in Pop Culture
“For, above all, science fiction, as far back as Plato trying to figure out a proper society, has always been a fable teacher of morality.” – Ray Bradbury, author I readily admit, I am rather opinionated. This can be both a good and a bad thing. My morals and values make up a large part … More Morals in Fiction
“If you’re a woman writer, sometime, somewhere, you will be asked: Do you think of yourself as a writer first, or as a woman first? Look out. Whoever asks this hates and fears both writing and women.” – Margaret Atwood As I learned during my journalism studies, there is no such thing as neutrality. This … More A Woman Writes
Or should that be ‘in the Upside Down’? Or ‘on Bizarro World’? In the Biff timeline or rather the Darkest timeline? Take your pick! As every one of us adjusts to the strange twilight world we find ourselves in in 2020, so does a writer. Especially one who used to write speculative sci-fi. The year’s … More Writing in the Twilight Zone