My friends Joe and Diane Mayes at Patchouli Joe's Books & Indulgences hosted the first (and long-awaited) Denton Writers' Roundtable on Wednesday at their insanely-popular bookstore on the square. And if you missed it, you really have to be there for the next one! The idea behind the event is to kick-start an inclusive writers' group in our community to share tips and tricks, learn from each other, hear each other's stories, and build lasting relationships. More importantly,
I've always had a healthy respect for authors, but that admiration grew tenfold as I dove into writing my book, Write Like You Mean It: Mastering Your Passion For The Written Word. The hard work that goes into each chapter, including the emotions, pride, and pieces of ourselves that we pour into each syllable we type – I underestimated all of it. But I also embraced all of it. And when the time comes, I'll do it all over again! If you've been thinking about writing a book, do
There I was, sitting at a table by myself and wondering if anyone would show up. Only 10 minutes had passed since the start of my book signing for Write Like You Mean It: Mastering Your Passion For The Written Word, but what can I say – I was nervous. "It looks great," my wife said in response to a picture I'd just texted. "All I need is people," I said. Thankfully, someone did show up ... and then another person ... and then another. The next thing I knew, I had a successful
It's not every day that I have the opportunity to be the spotlight author at a book signing. But here I am, thanks in no small part to my new book, Write Like You Mean It: Mastering Your Passion For The Written Word. It's a little more than a week away. And here's the best part: YOU'RE INVITED!
I am cordially inviting all writers and avid readers everywhere to my book signing from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, January 22! Patchouli Joe's Books & Indulgences in downtown Denton is gr