Tucked into the rundown backwoods of rural Arkansas is a literal hidden gem: Crater of Diamonds State Park. This is the only place in the U.S. where any schmo
Towering monoliths spilled over themselves like frozen fountains, glittering white as with frost. Delicate icicles of calcite dripped from backlit alcoves. Fingers of ancient stone stretched downward from the
I set a lofty goal for myself at the beginning of this year: I wanted to have CROSSED LINES ready for alpha-beta reading by summer, and then I was
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to see the ancient cliffside Pueblo dwellings. I was fascinated by them from the moment I learned about their existence.
Plans don’t always go the way we think they will.
The Grand Canyon is a living sculpture. From the top, the sunset-colored chasms seem to dip and swell like chiseled waves, with soaring monuments of rock towering over the
For Earth Day 2021, I have a unique challenge for all of us… especially we writers, who are in such a unique position to appreciate what it takes to
Sometimes, we just need to laugh at ourselves… so for all you writers out there, here’s some of my favorite quotes from authors poking fun at this noble profession.
Being a writer has always been a part of my identity. Find out how much it means to me that you’ve helped me own it. Since I’ve made this whole
7 TO KILL A KINGDOM by Alexandra Christo is a dark tale of hunter versus hunter splashed against an epic backdrop of shining empires, deadly waters, and intricate lore. I