On Going Home…by Jennifer Probst

on January 22, 2019

  Recently, I went with my boys to see A Dog’s Way Home. We were looking for a family movie to entertain us on a rainy Saturday afternoon, and though the preview looked a bit cheesy, we figured we’d give it a try. Buckets of tears later, I admit I didn’t see the emotion of… Read More


Not Writing…by Jennifer Probst

on December 4, 2018

I cannot believe another year has passed by. With Thanksgiving behind, and Christmas barreling up, it’s hard not to compare this December to last year. It was right after I lost my father, and I had begun to down spiral. I had two huge books due that I needed to start writing, and I’d become… Read More


The Top 5 Reasons You Should Be Doing NANOWRIMO Right Now…

on November 7, 2018

I’ve been deep in the cave. I had to finish a book due, and this story ended up surprising me, so when I thought I was finished, my characters decided they weren’t ready to go, forcing me to write another 20K in three days so they’d finally go away. They did. I typed the End…. Read More


A Writer’s Perspective on Story…

on October 17, 2018

A Star is Born is the best movie of the year. In my opinion, of course. Besides the acting and the music, there were themes that resonated with me as a creative artist. The most moving was the speech Sam Elliot gave to Lady GaGa when he was speaking about music. Here it is -give… Read More


All About Character…

on October 4, 2018

My son wore Spiderman pajamas to school. They had wings. They were way too small on him and hit about mid-calf. They were similar to footie pajamas since they were one piece, but without the actual feet. He’s in middle school. Not elementary. Yeah. See, when he informed me of his plan to wear them… Read More