Taylor Morrison is an amateur first time published author. With many works in progress, Taylor plans on publishing their first book in late 2017. Taylor lives with their husband and is expecting their first child in July 2017. To learn more about upcoming projects visit Taylor's website: Taylormayemorrison.com What is the first book that made you cry? The ending to "Love Bites" by Lynsay Sands. Something about the love between the two main characters just pulled my heart stri
Point of view is probably one of the trickiest and most vital choices a writer makes for any story. It determines how the reader will view the story. No viewpoint is inherently better than another. There are pros and cons to each of them. Some writers tend to stick with one because that’s what they are comfortable with. Some writers will claim that one viewpoint is superior to another. I would encourage you to try out and read as many viewpoints and narrative distances as pos
Words that every writer hates to hear. Part of our job is to create something fresh and new. Clichés can be an indication of stale writing but are also an invaluable tool in the writer's toolbox. Most writing guru's will tell you to avoid clichés. To cut them out of your writing without a backward glance. But, clichés have their place in a writer's toolbox.
Let's discuss for a second the difference between tropes and clichés. Tropes are not clichés. Tropes are the bones tha
This week, I'm featuring and excerpt from The Riding Hood Files, Book 2 in my Twisted Files series. It will be released Fall 2017. Enjoy! Life has taken an unexpected turn for Stasia Weatherly. After solving the case of the missing Lily Whitaker, Stasia and Brendan have become full partners as private investigators and they’ve taken their relationship to a new level. But, things get complicated when Stasia’s bondmate, Red, hires the duo to find Stasia's missing grandmother an