The name of one of the panels I spoke on over the weekend seems fitting for discussion. Who am I? What is my brand? What thing do I identify myself with? How do you build an author brand? Do you even know what you… Continue Reading “Building the Brand of You”
I’ve been MIA for a while. I took a sort of writer vacation by attending Imaginarium this past weekend. Imaginarium is the largest creative writing convention in the Midwest. There were over 150 authors in attendance. I had wonderful time, met a lot of… Continue Reading “Creative Writing Convention “
RIGHT HERE Once ago I thought I knew myself. But that was years ago. I’m me. Though I’m not myself. I see all this time passing by and I think I should be different. Think I need to conform. I clench my eyes shut… Continue Reading “Discovery: Part 3”
I think the thing I enjoy most about writing other than the actual writing portion is writer support. It still amazes me to this moment how writers from every where, all across the world, will support others that practice their craft. I don’t know… Continue Reading “Writer Support”
My bloody nightmare. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has an irrational fear of passive voice. I use passive voice without thinking, I’m getting better. But as my editor likes to point out I go a little over board. Anybody else come… Continue Reading “Passive Voice”
I’ve been getting this itch lately. Not like an under the skin itch but a brain itch. Weird I know, but apparently it’s perfectly normal. It’s like the hellion to Writer’s Block, but it won’t let me focus on one thing. For the last… Continue Reading “Itch”
I decided to have a little fun with my first novel. And since it’s fall, why not have a photo shoot? Any thoughts?
I haven’t picked a theme yet, but simultaneously now I have. Discovery as a theme has a broad context. You can either think a lot into it or a little as you would like to. Which is nice. There is this beauty to discovery,… Continue Reading “Discovery: Part 1”
On the Wall Go now, Free yourself. These walls take face. Anew year by year, The paint recedes. The drawings appear thy noon.
Feral Time I see it, My life on the walls. These years I’ve lived, Aging in the same house. The years flaking away, Like all this chipping paint. Powder Pink, Fading to 20’s blue. How I see it, By the water damaged door. In… Continue Reading “Paint: Part 4”
Brooke Myers is young author from Southern Indiana. Myers writes mystery and suspense. She is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/brookemyersauthor/. Myers is also on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/brookemyersauthor/ Follow along with Brooke’s journey as she navigates the author world in her early career.