February Blues

February 14, 2018, Author: Kristin Jacques

This month started with such promise ….   Until I became a flu-ridden, wheezing, clammy mouth breather.   Welcome to the wonders of Winter, where your children are walking petri dishes and life likes to taken sudden unexpected pivots into waiting ditches. I’ve spent the last solid week and a half laid under hard, first […]


Bear With Me Now…

January 20, 2018, Author: Kristin Jacques

Our apartment is currently undergoing an infestation.   The bears….the bears are everywhere…. Let’s give this some context amirite? So, my six year old has a snatching problem. He likes to hold little objects in his hands, and often, they make their way into his pockets. This started, full force, this school year, and (thankfully) […]


What’s In A Year?

January 10, 2018, Author: Kristin Jacques

I have big writing plans for this year. Big, glorious plans. I always start the year with big plans and when December inevitably rolls around I look back on my year of plans and laugh and laugh and laugh before I roll in a sobbing ball for a few hours. I think most writers plan […]


Fav Reads of 2017

December 30, 2017, Author: Kristin Jacques

Somehow I read about 53 books this year. I know, shocker. Actually, this is about average for me. I do heavy reading in spurts, and usually I read to escape/ rest my brain. I also reread a lot, either because my sieve like memory forgets things or because I loved the story so much I […]


2018 Writing Plans: How we gonna torture ourselves this year?

December 19, 2017, Author: Kristin Jacques

The Year is Ending 2017 is rapidly winding down. (Good riddance. Don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out.) In the spirit of the approaching New Year, it is time to set impossibly lofty writing goals for myself that I can weep over when next December rolls around. This year, I totally […]


Support an Author!

December 14, 2017, Author: Kristin Jacques

I can’t support this tweet enough.   The holiday season can be tight for many reasons. Unexpected expenses pop up, you always seem to spend more than you mean to, and something in the house always seems to sputter out. The spirit of generosity is a beautiful thing, but generosity does not have to mean […]


How I Found My Tribe Through Serial Writing

December 8, 2017, Author: Kristin Jacques

Why serials?   It’s not the advent of the internet invented serial fiction. On the contrary, it was pretty common to serialize a novel throughout the 1800’s. Dickens made a career from serializing his work. Somewhere along the way, with the rise of publishing houses, releasing a work all in one go with bare minimum […]


Welcome to the Show!

June 9, 2016, Author: Lucy

Introducing: The Blog   For reals though, let’s see how this goes shall we?