You’re a writer? Really? Uhm…

Lexy Wolfe

A bit of advice to writers, indie or professional: every word you type is your resume. EVERY word.

Being employed full time to a paying, if maddening sometimes, job, I can totally understand not wanting to think about work when I’m not working. My job is my job and I’m only paid for 8 hours 5 times a week worth of effort to think or perform tasks for it.

Writing articles or novels or whatever can be work, yes, but it is also communication. No matter when you are communicating, how you are communicating, you should put effort into communicating clearly and properly. That means good grammar, good spelling, good punctuation, and good diction. No text speech, no lazy “I can’t be bothered” lack of effort.

How you communicate says a lot about you.  More than you can imagine, for more things than you realize.  Sure, you might find that…

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A Dryad Quartet Christmas

She Writes With Love

Merry Christmas everyone! Last year I wrote this little Christmas short for The Dryad Quartet Special Edition and shared it with you all. Since it’s that time of year again, I’m posting it here on the blog for you to read 🙂 This story and all of The Dryad Quartet is so very special to me. I hope you all enjoy reading the happy endings of your favorite characters as much as I enjoyed writing them!

xmascover dryad

A Dryad Quartet Christmas

“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world,

and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.”

-Norman Vincent Peale


In her arms she carried a wicker basket filled with red holly, freshly picked from the courtyard. She brushed at the snow dusting her shoulders as she came inside out of the cold, smiling to herself as she entered the atrium of the castle. Just like before when first arriving…

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Tears of War is Now Available In Audio Format




After waiting, and waiting, and waiting, it appears that Quality Control has decided my narrator and I controlled the quality well enough.

Tears of War became available for sale on Audible this morning. Within a couple of days it will also be available through Amazon and iTunes. Looks like the elves worked over time to make sure it was ready by Christmas.

So for anyone who has been waiting for the audio version of the second book in the Dragon’s Call series, it came riding in with the dawn!

Tears of War audio at Audible

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