Sunday’s posts are dedicated to writing, where I share pieces of advice and tips I’ve picked up throughout the time I’ve been on this journey to novelisthood.

In my early writing days, online resources like author blogs were among the best ways to broaden my knowledge on a number of subjects, and I still refer to a number of them for guidance. As I mentioned in my first-ever post when the blog launched, the writing community is constantly growing and expanding, and I hope to contribute to it through my posts and return the favor.

If you have any topics you would like me to cover, you are more than welcome to get in touch with me and send your suggestions my way.

I also want to do Q&A posts a few times throughout the year, so be sure to follow me on Facebook and Twitter to be among the first to know when these are on the horizon.

As for Wednesdays, those are a little bit different and something you may not expect to find on an author’s blog.

While I was in college, I was a member of the school’s radio station and hosted my own weekly program for four years. Even though I’ve graduated, there’s still a part of me that is a DJ at heart. I love arranging playlists for family gatherings and road trips, and my writing life is no different.

Because of this, it seemed only right to introduce a little something I’m calling Soundwave Wednesday on my blog. These weekly posts feature some of my favorite music from the Regency Era where the majority of my stories are set, songs that would find themselves on a project’s soundtrack, tracks that give me the little jolt of motivation I need for another writing session, and more.

Thank you so much for visiting!