The Good, the Bad, and the DIY Compromise

There's something incredibly satisfying about typing the words "the end" after finally completing your novel. Unfortunately, what a lot of people don't realize is that that moment is anything but the end. Once you finish writing the thing--even after you finish editing and revising and rewriting and re-editing again a thousand times over--that's where the … Continue reading The Good, the Bad, and the DIY Compromise

Writing with ADHD

ADHD is hard to live with. While I don’t get offended at the “Oh, look, a squirrel!” jokes (because I LITERALLY DO GET DISTRACTED BY SQUIRRELS. I’m serious. It’s ridiculous,) I do get frustrated when it’s played off as something minor and trivial, or when people assume that it’s something that I could push past … Continue reading Writing with ADHD

Author Bio

Hi! My name is Lyndsey, and I'm new to all this. I'm an amateur photography enthusiast, mild geek, former preschool teacher, and current stay-at-home mother of two hilarious, hyperactive, strange, fearless, awesome children. I also like to write in my (extremely limited) spare time once the kids are asleep. Hence the author blog. Over the … Continue reading Author Bio

Karis Vignette: Snow

Anyone who enjoys writing will generally find themselves with plenty of scenes cut from the final draft or backstory that you wish you could include. Rather than letting them collect hard drive dust, I thought I'd post a handful of them here instead. Here are some rough, unused snippets from my novel, "Through the Glass." Hope you enjoy them! Everything glittered. … Continue reading Karis Vignette: Snow

Irik Vignette: Eavesdropping

Photo by Piotr Arnoldes from Pexels Anyone who enjoys writing will generally find themselves with plenty of scenes cut from the final draft or backstory that you wish you could include. Rather than letting them collect hard drive dust, I thought I'd post a handful of them here instead. Here are some rough, unused snippets from my novel, "Through the Glass." Hope you enjoy … Continue reading Irik Vignette: Eavesdropping