“Don’t despise small beginnings,” said a woman named Mildred in a recent meeting I attended. Mildred’s words resonated with me. In fact, they stuck with me for several weeks. The reason being, as I’m pursuing what I believe to be … Continue reading →
Just in time for Halloween, I’d like to introduce to you the fourth author in my Fierce Women series Fierce Woman Paranormal author Sue Latham. Sue is the author of two novels The Haunted House Symphony and The Science Professor’s Ghost. In our conversation, Sue talks about the ghosts in her stories and ghosts in real life. She shares an interesting story of paranormal activities she observed on a particular ghost hunting expedition with her Ghost Hunting Group.
Sue also talks about her experience as a writer and shares great writing advice for aspiring writers perfectly timed for National Novel Writing Month(NaNoWriMo).
Sue has traveled extensively. And in Europe, she walked in the footsteps of Beethoven, Mozart, Einstein and Van Gogh and was once blessed by the Pope.
Join me for a “spooky” yet fascinating conversation with Sue Latham!
In today’s segment of Fierce Women Who Happen to Be Authors, I’m talking with multi-talented, multifaceted author Arianne “Tex” Thompson. A home-grown success story, Tex is the author of Children of the Drought, an internationally published epic fantasy Western series. Tex talks candidly about her writing journey, her successes and some of the unexpected pitfalls of writing and publishing. I have to tell you, I had a blast talking with Tex! Join us now for a fun and engaging conversation!
Tex’s novels One Night in Sixes, Medicine for the Dead, and Dreams of the Eaten can be found on Amazon.com.
The song featured in this post is called “Neo Soul Day” by Texas Radio Fish.
“Fierce Women Who Happen to be Authors” is my new audio series. In this series I’m chatting with Fierce Woman – female authors who are successful in their careers, who’ve overcome adversity or personal challenges, and who are making a … Continue reading →
Oh, beware, my lord, of jealousy! It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock The meat it feeds on. In Shakespeare’s Othello, the character Iago warns Othello to beware of jealousy, as he says it’s the green-eyed monster that makes … Continue reading →
Have you ever experienced a situation when you felt as though you were completely out of your league, or the scales were somehow unbalanced — and not in your favor? I was sitting at my computer the other day scrolling … Continue reading →
You knew there were four seasons — Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. But did you know there was a fifth season? It’s called Due Season. Due Season is that nebulous period of time when you’re waiting for something of great … Continue reading →
“The Dream Giver” is a parable by the great pastor and theologian, Bruce Wilkinson. Mr. Wilkinson is also the New York Times Bestselling author of “The Prayer of Jabez.” In “The Dream Giver,” the main character is a Nobody named … Continue reading →
When I started writing my first manuscript in September 2010, I had no idea what I was getting into. I didn’t know the type of battle I was in for. I had a wonderful story idea so I started writing, … Continue reading →