After his mother’s passing, the author discovers the writing she left behind. Through his own experience as well as interviews with other literary executors, he considers the question: How can he publish a loved one’s posthumous works—and should he?
After years of using everything from a laptop cart to a kitchen nook as a designated writing space, the author finally creates a room of her own in her home in Long Beach, California.
The author describes releasing her first novel during the pandemic, and speaks to other debut writers who have canceled book tours, pushed back publication dates, and adjusted their expectations in light of COVID-19.
A writer considers the ways in which the coronavirus pandemic is changing us, including the words we use.
While editing her third novel, the author develops a newfound appreciation for copy editors.