First and foremost, I have great news, friends! Uncage My Brave is now available for Kindle. To the three people who have asked me when this would happen, happy day to you!
Secondly, let’s talk reader reactions to the now-two-month-old little libro.
Since Uncage My Brave‘s release, I’ve been blessed to receive comments from readers about their favorite passages.
Pause here and reflect on the meaning of this with me:
To publish something is one thing. To have my words resonate with someone else – to share an emotion or thought with someone as if it were their own – is the lifeblood of a writer’s existence. Continue reading “Must-Read Quotes from Uncage My Brave to encourage dreamers”
Shannon Phipps never set out to be a screenwriter, never even entertained the notion. Then, one day in 2000, she watched the blockbuster movie The Sixth Sense. The superbly written plot sunk its tentacles into her creative mind, wound around her heart and pumped a craving into her veins. She too wanted to take audiences captive the way M. Night Shyamalan had with his script.
She too wanted to write for the screen.
But she had no idea how to begin. Continue reading “The secret weapon for turning challenge into opportunity: An interview with screenwriter Shannon Phipps”
Do you have that one thing you can get lost in for hours? That thing that speaks music into your soul? The thing so freeing it makes you feel the most alive?
For Jess Lundquist that one thing is art, whether visual or written word. Calligraphy, for her, is the marriage of both. The perfectly crafted swoops and delicate lines carrying a soulful poetry all their own. Continue reading “Ink, Paper and Dreams: The Calligraphy Art of Jess Lundquist”