Writing was something I enjoyed as a teenager but somehow, I lost touch with it as life and all its expectations took over. But the strange way that life works has led me back to the page. Once again, I find myself enamoured with the writing process and I am trying to learn as much as I can about the craft.

I’m also lucky enough to be part of a group of writers sharing about writing life, writing tips and generally exploring the crazy that is the publishing journey. It’s well worth a visit. Head over to The Print Posse.

My first full length novel is ‘Life Without Clouds’. Feel free to read more about it via the link above. I’m also working on figuring out this blogging world. So far, it seems a pretty great way to connect with other writers and bibliophiles.

My current work-in-progress is a Buffy meets Supernatural YA paranormal tale based on the Japanese Yokai legends. Head over to The Print Posse to read the blurb and an excerpt.

As I wander through this writing journey, I plan on adding to this page some links and helpful information for other writers. If you know of a site that would be useful or you have some words of wisdom yourself, please share them in the comments below.

“The artist is always beginning. Any work of art which is not a beginning, an invention, a discovery is of little worth.”  Ezra Pound

Links to my posts on writing:

Five Lessons from Laini Taylor

Short Story Writing Basics for Students

The Lonely Writer’s Guide to Making Writer Friends 

Diagnosing Your Writing Processes Health

Is Life Too Easy for Your Main Character? The importance of GMC in a novel.



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