Author Heather Sunseri“I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means.” -Joan Didion
There is no shortage of people who do bad things these days, making it rather easy to draw inspiration for the villains that belong inside thriller novels (or any other genre of novel, really). But villains come in all shapes, sizes, and physical characteristics, and...
Of the many things I’ve missed terribly during this pandemic, coffee shops rank up near the top. And I can’t help but wonder, what is this doing to our creativity?
Who’s looking for a new gift idea for their friend? Or some new inspiration for their happy hour, maybe?
And in a year when life seems to be passing by in a blur of unfortunate and devastating events, The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin jumped out at me.
Are you looking for a roadmap to publishing? I’ve got advice to get you started.
Introducing the idea behind blogging for 2021 and a brand new newsletter, The Weekly Thrill.
In a year filled with anxiety and depression, I have searched for a new way of thinking, or gathering my thoughts — new ways to see life, to keep my creativity alive, and to stay disciplined in what I choose to spend time on. Enter The Daily Stoic.
Has our perception of truth become distorted? And other thoughts on truth from my journal.
Read how I explore the benefits to creativity and health by learning and playing chess regularly the past several months since watching The Queen’s Gambit.
Want to hear my take on the age-old dichotomy of good vs. evil? It’s how I managed to write Secret is in the Bones. I think you’ll find your new mantra for 2021 after reading this.