Why I Write About Good People

She leaned her chin on her elbow and watched through the window. Being asked to be the heroine of a novel was quite an honor, but she found herself quite ordinary. Her wardrobe was made of second-hand dresses she had repaired. Both her parents were alive and well. There was no dashing hero on a…

Self-Publishing Quick-Guide (And Resources)

The author sat in her lair, brooding as she looked over the stack of unpublished manuscripts, letters of rejection, and the collateral clutter of their writing be ignored. Her story was worthy, her words honed and powerful. Her voice had to be shared. She could no longer knock at the ironclad doors. Instead, she would…

Word of the Week: Monologic

While exploring research for my new job (more on that later), I came across the word “Monologic”, which leads us to today’s challenge: Define the word without looking it up. I’d love to hear your definitions. My supervisor said it sounds like a word to describe a fashion style featuring a monocle. What’s your definition…