Indiana Writing Workshop Wrapup

Continuing education is part of most professions, and writing is no different. I love attending conferences for both of my jobs, and both for the same reason: leapfrogging. Ordinary learning is step by step. You have an issue, so you try to find an answer.  You look things up, or consult a resource.  You tryContinue reading “Indiana Writing Workshop Wrapup”

My name is Wendy. I’m an author.

One of the first things you learn after graduating veterinary school is not to tell strangers on airplanes, buses, trains, waiting rooms, or non-vet-related Facebook groups that you’re a vet.  It sounds crazy, I know.  All those years. All that work. Finally get to put “Dr.” in front of your name.  So why not tellContinue reading “My name is Wendy. I’m an author.”

Better late than never…an AHOW interview with Brian Paone of Scout Media

Today’s AHOW author interview is with Brian Paone. Title and synopsis/blurb of your AHOW story: “Anesthetize (or A Dream Played in Reverse on Piano Keys)” A disenchanted-youth ghost story, with a cat named Bonnie, a restraining order, lovers on the rocks, and a hanging teenager, swinging from the trees near the train tracks by theContinue reading “Better late than never…an AHOW interview with Brian Paone of Scout Media”

Blog Tour Continues!

Today’s A Haunting of Words interview is with author Travis West. “If It’s Not Okay, It’s Not the End” – With the help of a late music icon, a newly deceased rock band embarks on a cross-country trip to help their drummer deliver a message to his ex-girlfriend. What inspired you to write this story?:�Continue reading “Blog Tour Continues!”