10 Things to Think About Before Working from Home

When I get emails from people who want to make a living from the comfort of their home, they always want to know how long it took me to reach that point. When I first started writing as a paid job, I didn't expect it to become a full-time gig. I would write after I… Continue reading 10 Things to Think About Before Working from Home

Just Because Donald Trump Got Elected Doesn’t Mean You Can Do This

Ever since it was declared and confirm that Trump would be our next President of the United States, I've seen some pretty ugly stuff. Putting my views and politics aside, I've noticed some awful things,  dare I call them deplorable. While, I don't want to label the perpetrators of these actions with a blanket statement as… Continue reading Just Because Donald Trump Got Elected Doesn’t Mean You Can Do This

3 Years Ago I Thought My Life was Ruined

"I'm gonna take a deep breath. Gonna hold my head up. Gonna put my shoulders back, And look you straight in the eye. I'm gonna flirt with somebody When they walk by. I'm gonna sing out . . . Sing out." On this day, three years ago, someone who I thought was a friend did… Continue reading 3 Years Ago I Thought My Life was Ruined

I Broke My Writing Record – How I Wrote 15,000 Words in a Day

I've been quiet for a while, mainly due to the fact that I'm working and writing a lot! As most of you know, I wrote a book about how to increase your writing speed and amount called, 10,000 Words. Well, last weekend I broke my own record and wrote 15,000 words. No, there won't be… Continue reading I Broke My Writing Record – How I Wrote 15,000 Words in a Day

Reflections on Becoming a Published Author

Today is absolutely surreal. I never in a million years thought that I could become a published author. The whole concept is unbelievable, and I can't tell you how extraordinarily lucky and blessed I am for this opportunity. Llewellyn Worldwide has been an absolute dream to write for, and I'm eternally grateful for this amazing… Continue reading Reflections on Becoming a Published Author

The Performance of Ghost Hunting, Part II

This blog is a continuation of "The Performance of Ghost Hunting, Part I" The critically acclaimed actress Fiona Shaw also volunteered to have her brain scanned, where she would switch back and forth from “acting” in the MRI machine to doing static actions such as saying the ABC’s and counting numbers. The results were that… Continue reading The Performance of Ghost Hunting, Part II

Repression is a Funny Thing

It's been about 6 or so weeks since my mother died, and I'm already back to my usual activities; work, writing, radio, etc. Am I ready to be back? I don't know. All I know is my bills have to be paid, kitties need to be fed, and I have to keep a roof over… Continue reading Repression is a Funny Thing