Category Archive: Shattered Illusions

When Passion Is Not Enough

Bad stories are like dead end relationships; You enter with high hopes, seeing a bright future ahead of you. It doesn’t take long for you to realize that you’ve walked into a hopeless… Continue reading

Why I Am Not a ‘Happy Endings’ Writer

  A few months ago, my sister finished reading Shattered Illusions. When she called me to tell me that she had finished reading it, she sounded upset and frustrated. When I asked her… Continue reading

New Year, New Me?

Originally posted on the Scene 13 blog I must admit the new year has been off to a bit of a slow start. Compared to last year, when I was scheduling the release… Continue reading

Save The Date!

Save the date folks! It’s coming, and it’s coming fast! RSVP here.  Twitter/Facebook/ YouTube/ Buy the book! Amazon/Barnes and Nobles/Order Signed Copies

Finding A Voice

When I was a child, I was terrified of The Little Mermaid, the classic 90’s Disney movie based on the grim fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson, that was loved and adored by… Continue reading

Literary Love Syndrome

I have suffered from a ‘syndrome’ for years that I’ve appropriately named the ‘literary love’ syndrome. It’s what I’ve named the emotional instability I experience after reading certain books, watching certain TV shows or movies, or listening… Continue reading

No Inhibitions: Adventures of Post Publication

Autumn is descending on New York, and with it, the end of my freedom. I have spent my days traipsing around New York, letting my imagination run wild and my spirit soar in… Continue reading

The Shattered Illusions Reading Series: Chapter 2, part 2

The Dedication

This is a topic that I’ve been avoiding writing about since I brought my blog back to life last August (Has it really already been a year?). There are so many emotions involved… Continue reading

The First Live Discussion of Shattered Illusions

First and foremost: thank you to all of those who tuned in for the live discussion of Shattered Illusions today! It was so much fun to do and I can’t wait for the… Continue reading