Spooky Season Suggestions: Dublin Murder Squad by Tana French

Tis the season for murder mysteries. What’s better than reading the equivalent of Irish law and order? Tana French is the brilliant author of The Dublin Murder Squad series. The Dublin Murder Squad follows the lives of different people working in the Dublin law enforcement. You don’t have to read it in order since eachContinue reading “Spooky Season Suggestions: Dublin Murder Squad by Tana French”

Read to Your Children While They’re Young: My Story

I have a secret that I need to tell you. I have a learning disability. I have low functioning executive orders. This effects my organizational skills, planning, problem solving, etc. Since I was diagnosed at six years old, most of those issues have been solved. Thank God for early intervention. I received the tools thatContinue reading “Read to Your Children While They’re Young: My Story”

Three Act Structure For Writers

What is a Three Act Structure? The three act structure is a model used to break a story up into three parts also known as acts. They are often called the set up, the confrontation and the resolution. For more in depth info, go to https://blog.reedsy.com/three-act-structure/ I use the three act structure to organize myContinue reading “Three Act Structure For Writers”

Budgeting for a Side Hustle

What is your side hustle? Think about the things that you enjoy doing and could make some money off of. A good book to read for this subject is Make a Nerdy Living, which I’ve reviewed in one of my blog posts *wink, wink*. Once you’ve decided on your side hustle, write down what itContinue reading “Budgeting for a Side Hustle”