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July 16, 2017

I can't believe it's been one year since Destiny was first accepted for publication and now, twelve-months later, all three books in the Hilltops Series have left the safety of my caring arms. Well, as of Tuesday, Diversity will join its mates. As I've said, I feel lik...

July 9, 2017

Sometimes I wish I could. But then that wouldn't be living. Life is all about ups and downs.

It feels like everyday I am put to the test in one way or another. And each day, I fight the "battle" in front of me and continue to trudge forward. Some days its easier t...

July 2, 2017

As a mother, I feel like I'm always putting out a fire of some kind. It can get exhausting after a while. The key is to put my oxygen mask on first; otherwise, the flames burn me up inside - not that they don't anyway.

Whenever something is going on with one of my...

June 25, 2017

"I'll love your forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living, my baby you'll be."

A book which still rests on the bookshelf in my youngest son's room. A book I regularly read to my firstborn and oldest son, the preemie, all but 4 pounds at the time. Now at 1...

June 19, 2017

Being the perfectionist I usually am makes accepting imperfection a challenging feat. This past week has given me the perfect opportunity to face this trait head-on. I did a Blog Tour for Destiny, inviting a variety of bloggers to review book one in the Hilltops Series...

June 11, 2017

I saw Tears For Fears during my college days and I can honestly say I had no fears about sitting in an arena with thousands of people. My, how times have changed. This time when I saw them, some twenty-something years later, thoughts flashed through my mind about my sa...

June 4, 2017

Twenty-One Pilots is one of my favorite bands, hence, I have an entire Pinterest Board dedicated to them. Kitchen Sink happens to be one of my favorite songs by them, its meaning deep. For me, I interpret it as our perceptions of things right in front of us. I find it...

May 29, 2017

I never had a problem dictating or writing in front of my husband until I got to the "dirty" parts of my stories, then forget it. I needed privacy, something I relish and take full advantage of when home alone, working on manuscripts. The other issue I faced was I held...

May 21, 2017

I blush simply thinking about reading a juicy scene from one of my books out loud. With that being said, I think each heroine I create has a part of me in her, whether it's Jordin Turner's psychoanalytical way of looking at things - something I am guilty of, I love to...

May 14, 2017

This couldn't be any more accurate. My children are the center of my world. Everything I do, every decision I make, I bear them in mind. They are my everything, the love in my heart, my smiles, my tears, my laughter, my worries, all of it. My mother used to tell me whe...

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