The Gilded Conspiracy | Part One On the twenty-third day of January in eighteen hundred and sixty-five, Grandfather Harrison disappeared. Adelaide Harrison’s grandmother did not
Writing historical fiction isn’t easy. There are so many decisions I have to make to prevent myself from overdoing it with language and writing style.
Cliches. There are so many cliches that come to mind when you’re trying to figure out how to start a blog post about writing (in
Pennsylvania. The land of bridges. If you read my last post about the different kinds of maps, then you’ll know about topographical maps. If not,
September. Leaves are changing color, Fall fever is in the air, and students are returning to school. That means raking yards (yuck), pumpkin spiced everything
There are many things within the authoring world that confuse me, but there’s even more that just makes sense. What might be a necessity for