Some of you may have noticed a new addition to my banners and cover photos. Continue reading I’m an ALLi Ambassador!
my years at university gave me everything, from confidence to perspective, to insight on the craft, to clarity of purpose, to enhanced empathy. Continue reading Welcome to Creekside Café, Author, Poet and Screenwriter, Nathan Black
New Bern Farmers Market Authors’ Event, Sunday, November 20th, 2022. Continue reading Welcome Sarah Maury Swan to Creekside Cafe
Well, I have done it again. I have allowed myself to get so busy that I am running around chasing my tail. You would think after taking the HB 90 Bootcamp and following Sarra Cannon’s Heartbreathing YouTube channel that I would understand the perils of burning myself out, but I guess for me it seems to be feast or famine. For a few months I … Continue reading Welcome Sweet September!
Making your author dreams come true shouldn’t cost you your artistic joy. Continue reading HB90 Alumni and Sarra Cannon Fan
Check out my new audiobook! Continue reading I Tried Something New!
As an indie author it is sometimes difficult to take a leap of faith and spend money on ourselves and our careers, especially when we have a limited budget. We tell ourselves it’s a dream or hobby and it’s difficult to believe it’ll ever be anything more. I put off taking Sarra’s class for a couple of years because I was afraid. I was afraid … Continue reading Publish and Thrive
Guest Blogger: Sherri Lupton-Hollister Guest Blogger: Sherri Lupton-Hollister — Read on ashleycrookham.com/2022/03/11/guest-blogger-sherri-lupton-hollister/ I was a guest blogger on Ashley Crookham’s blog. It was a lot of fun. Continue reading Guest Blogger: Sherri Lupton-Hollister
I have told this story before to sell books but my telling it now has another purpose, to honor a friend. Adrienne Dunning was a fantastic, funny and feisty woman who lived up to her hair color. She died in a tragic accident the morning of July 5th. We’d just started making plans to return to Murfreesboro for a second writers’ retreat. It was nearly … Continue reading Remembering Adrienne