Bass Ackwards – still after all these years.

I've never had an easy time of telling when it was time to let something go. I tend to hold on to things way past their expiration date - things like feelings, people who aren't necessarily "good" for me, situations or jobs that are detrimental to my self growth; goals and dreams that I don't … Continue reading Bass Ackwards – still after all these years.

Beta Test – Module One

Not sure if you know this or not, but I'm working on my next writing project. It's a departure for me in that its non-fiction and there-fore is inspiring a different writing style than I'm used to. I am one of those writers who is led by my characters during the drafting phase - they … Continue reading Beta Test – Module One

Setbacks aren’t what they used to be

Ah, The Satin Sheet Diva Experience - the act of creation involves a certain amount of destruction.  I was surprised at first, when a bit of destruction showed up in my life.  It came in the opening line on a piece of paper that was no doubt, mass-produced, and not aimed at hurting my feelings … Continue reading Setbacks aren’t what they used to be

Dreamin’

You've read about my work with The Desire Map process by Danielle LaPorte.  Hopefully you've clicked the buttons there on the right and read more about it, maybe even are trying it yourself.  I'm hosting a Desire Map Book Club as well so if you're even remotely curious, your chance to find out what's what … Continue reading Dreamin’

Bass Ackwards, the remix

I'm an independent author with four books to my credit.  The experts keep telling me to have a platform, accounts on all the social media and a blog that has a "theme" and provides readers with information.  Um, yeah.  About that.  I blog because I need an outlet for the voices in my head.  If … Continue reading Bass Ackwards, the remix

Plot development – Reality Check

I write women's contemporary fiction. My stories take place in the "real" world and on a time line that doesn't go further back than a decade. My characters are human (so far, I happen to have a supernatural story series on the back burner but it'll still be mostly contemporary fiction when it's all said … Continue reading Plot development – Reality Check

I want to feel connected…

So hop on over and read the latest blog :-).  You'll finally get to see what I REALLY look like, lol. Hugs! Dana

It’s about making room for my Muse to do His thing…

Part of healing involves getting passed your past. I didn't do a Father's Day post because my dad was a ghost of sorts.  My ex-husband, while a large part of my daughter's life now wasn't exactly present while we were married.  I didn't have strong, father figures in my childhood, so no tributes on my … Continue reading It’s about making room for my Muse to do His thing…

And today’s post makes the trilogy complete.

Apparently this last epiphany was a trilogy.  Who knew?  But anyway, here's part three. Next up, a few excerpts from the works in progress, some events and such.  Oh yeah, I'm making moves now.  Let's Do This! 🙂

Juggling is so NOT my strong suit

Picture each one of the following items as a ball, or in some cases, a really sharp object with the potential to slice me wide open should I mishandle it and you’ll have a general idea of what I’m “juggling” right now.   No transportation – alternator on truck dead; repair needed ASAP ($) Moving … Continue reading Juggling is so NOT my strong suit