Last week I started a new job! After almost three years at the Rock Family of Companies it was time to move on. I am so so excited to explore this new role and its challenges. Because what is life without challenges to overcome? Am I going to say it’s perfect? No, because nothing isContinue reading “New Beginnings”
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It’s The Cotton Anniversary!
Life is interesting in the way it winds and weaves. When you plan on zigging, it zags. When you plan on ducking, you stumble over a trip-wire. And sometimes when one door closes the only way out is through the air ducts. Two years and four days ago I drove into Detroit to begin theContinue reading “It’s The Cotton Anniversary!”
I’m back to my regular blogging schedule again. I apologize for the brief hiatus but my site was/is undergoing a makeover. 1 year, 3 months, 9 days since I packed up my desk and started working from home. I’m BACK Detroit! Today (6/21/21) is my first day back in the office and I am beyondContinue reading “671,040 Minutes”
I Am Ready To (bed)ROCK!
I am beyond ecstatic to announce that I have accepted a new position as a Senior Team Coordinator within Bedrock. The joy is multi-faceted. Let me explain. Bedrock is still within the Rock Family of Companies (commonly known for their flagship company Rocket Mortgage/previously called Quicken Loans) which means I get to stay with theContinue reading “I Am Ready To (bed)ROCK!”
Seer: Be Seeing You Real Soon!
So as many of you know I had a contract with a lovely publishing house and was due to release Seer in late May of this year. Due to a confluence of events and at the fault of no one involved, my agent and I have made the decision to pull the book, give itContinue reading “Seer: Be Seeing You Real Soon!”
Four Months and Counting and Vision Board
For those of you who are new, welcome! And as newbies you may not know that, in addition to The Sword & Shield I have completed another, completely separate novel. Seer is a Young Adult standalone fantasy that I wrote in a freakishly short time (less than a year). I know some people can pumpContinue reading “Four Months and Counting and Vision Board”
Screw The Status Quo
Oops, I did it again. I decided to leave the cushy, comfy, familiar job I had and had mastered in favor of the unknown. It was an impulsive decision that I was hyped about for a day before I began my traditional spiral into regret induced despair. I’m big on second guessing myself. I don’tContinue reading “Screw The Status Quo”
New Job, New World
So in late March I received an exciting offer. To give you a bit of background though we have to go farther back to February. That’s when the first round draft picks were taken from the healthcare campaign I was working on and moved them to the mortgage campaign I am now working on. IContinue reading “New Job, New World”
Over the past few months I have struggled with finding the right job. After my previous employment ended I realized that I needed to make a change in the way I approached searching for new career opportunities. First and foremost, by recognizing that I don’t need a job that gives me a sense of greaterContinue reading “New Job!”
Fun Fact Friday: The Fun is Relative
Writing is hard. It also is oftentimes lacking in reward of a monetary nature. Most of us who do write do it because we have to. Because there is a drive inside of us, a thirst that simply cannot be quenched. We simply have to write. But because I have a singular aversion to homelessness,Continue reading “Fun Fact Friday: The Fun is Relative”