Lillith Black

Paranormal and Urban Fantasy

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These Characters Are Real – Review of “Swept Up”

Recently I had a pleasure of reading a book by a fellow indie writer, Kayla Dawn Thomas. It’s her recent release and it is called “Swept Up“. Before I go into any of the details I have to say right away how impressed I was with the characters of this book. They are real people […]

I love my Kindle

Ok, I know, I shouldn’t be professing love to an inanimate object, but I do love that darn thing! My Kindle is the first generation, nothing fancy (ok, it has the 3G, hallelujah!), but I love it just the way it is. I received it for Christmas few years ago and it’s the best “toy” I […]

Writing is My Lifeline

I am here to profess my love for Writing. I am not ashamed to admit, that when we first met, I was very intimidated and shy around Writing. I wasn’t sure if I was worth It, or ever be good enough for It. Writing seemed so well defined and polished and I surely would never […]

Writing – You have all the weapons you need. Now fight!

I’ve been thinking recently of what a battle it is to write. And most of the time, it is a battle with ourselves. And a quote came to my mind from one of my favorite moves, “Sucker Punch”. It applies to so many areas of our lives, and for me, it applies to writing: “Who […]

My Must-Haves When I Write

In one of my previous posts I talked about the Inspiration and how, rather waiting for the inspiration to write, you should write first and the inspiration will surely follow. However, there is that subject of actually writing. How do you make yourself get into that writing chair daily and stick to it? And once […]

Share the Inspiration, My Favorite Quotes

As I am following my 500 words a day plan (still going strong!), I wanted to share something with you. As writers we know the power of a word. We write thousands of words that paint stories that make readers laugh and cry and feel as if they are in the middle of the story. […]