Moms Who Write -Deanne Welsh

You know that writing is a difficult job, especially as a mom. But in this interview writing coach, mother and amazing writer Deanne Welsh is here to share how you can be an unstoppable writer.   1. Tell us about your family.My husband Jonathan and I met on eHarmony, and although we have mutual friends, it may have been years if we had waited to meet through them.  Jon says he knew he wanted to marry me on our first[Read more]

How to Win the War to Write with Consistency

You are exhausted, mama.You spent the entire week keeping the kids alive, cooking healthy meals, and writing and rewriting until you couldn’t read words anymore. The last thing you want to do on a Saturday night is write more. Instead, you could read, binge watch Stranger Things or sleep. Rest sounds like a dream.But so does being a writer.And if you want to be a successful writer, you must be consistent.Wait, Do I Really Need to be Consistent?Being consistent is one of the hardest things I’ve ever[Read more]

What It Feels Like to Be a Writing Mommy: 7 Writers Share

Aren’t moms amazing? They can make a boo-boo disappear like magic with a simple kiss. They can make a healthy dinner, wash and fold laundry and have a little dance party at the same time (we may do this at my house). And be a loving wife and best friend to their spouse. Then add the title writer to the mix.  Supermoms. No wonder this nickname started.  But what about the mom? How does she really feel about being a mom[Read more]

Interview With a Father: Frank McKinley

I always thought it would be fun to interview a father and get their side of writing life with kids, so I’m honored to interview Frank McKinley.  He is a published Author. Founder of the Tribe Builder’s Network (Join the group Facebook group HERE.) Writing Coach and has over 26,000 books sold. Thank you for letting me pick your brain, Frank. 1. Please tell us about your family.I met my wife Missy 29 years ago at a Christmas party. As soon[Read more]

No one Reading Your Blog, Mama? 10 Compelling Reasons to Try Medium

It’s too much. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Instagram. Google+. And more. All these social platforms bloggers use can make your head spin. Sure, you need them, and they help, if you have a following. But, maybe you are like me. When I started blogging all I had was Facebook. Nothing else. And that Facebook account was teeny tiny, made just for family. Not the best social media presence to say the least. But I have spent the last almost two years[Read more]