Weaving Stories of History & Heart
The words—world traveler—evoke iconic images such as the Eiffel Tower, the Great Pyramids, and the Taj Mahal. Whether in fiction or reality, we find ourselves intrigued by these unbelievable locales. Having traveled the world, my stories are fueled by first-hand accounts from my travels, and my aim is for readers to explore questions of truth and faith while exploring the globe from wherever they are.
A Split in Time: How to Write Dual Timeline, Split Time, and Time-Slip Fiction provides the skills for both the seasoned writer and first-time novelist to weave two or more compelling stories together through practical tips, book analysis, interviews with bestselling novelists, exercises, and more. A companion workbook is also available.
I am so thrilled to announce that the A Split in Time Companion Workbook released today! This 8.5×11 companion workbook is meant to be utilized along with A Split in Time, the workshop-in-a book that Melanie Dobson and I released two years ago.
Well, it’s time for Auld Lang Syne again. A new year is here. And after Christmas this writer found herself listening to the song a couple of times this week. My favorite versions are from Susan Boyle and Colbie Caillat. Listening got me thinking about this song so...