Tuesday, June 28, 2016 | By: Angela Brown

Keep Dreaming and Doing

I had the privilege of sharing my #Pit2Pub story and invite you to check it out.

And...I want to encourage writers to keep writing, readers to keep reading, dreamers to keep dreaming but open your mind to Doing so those dreams can come true.

Click here - #Pit2Pub Success Story
Friday, June 17, 2016 | By: Angela Brown

A Happy Holiday

Father's Day was celebrated a little differently when I was growing up. My brother and sister and I were raised by a single mom who worked hard to take care of us. So we celebrated her on Mother's day and on Father's day. As far as we were concerned, she was doing double duty and deserved the holiday thanks.

So to all the single parents doing double duty and to the fathers, uncles, granddads, and papas out there, I wish you a

Happy Father's Day!

Enjoy the virtual dessert :-)
Monday, June 13, 2016 | By: Angela Brown


This is what I spent part of my weekend doing...


And, I'm glad to say, getting in some writing time.

What did you do this weekend? By the way, if you spent it getting rest and binge watching Netflix, that totally counts :-)
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 | By: Angela Brown

IWSG and a Better Place

The first Wednesday of the month actually coincided with the first day of the month. Kinda neat... well, at least to me lol! As the first Wednesday of the month, it is IWSG time, a time to hop from blog to blog to celebrate or provide supportive understanding. It's really helpful, especially since this writing gig can get pretty tough at times. Go here for deets and the linky list to visit more blogs.

As for me, I'm in a better place than the last IWSG post. My daughter's enthusiasm to read the next Fable Ranger book has become infectious and I can feel the return of my desire to spin a web with my fingertips and the keyboard. I think what has helped things was following a lot of the advice from my last post and letting go of the guilt of not writing everyday and letting go of some unrealistic expectations that were becoming excellent festering places for doubt.

What about you, where are you at with your writing or reading project(s)?