Thirteen-year-old Leni Allbright never gets the chance to belong. Her family moves from place to place at the whim of her father, Ernt. Her mother, Cora, is a woman determined to heal her husband, who is a recently-returned Vietnam veteran emotionally scarred by the war. At the loss of yet another job, Ernt uproots his family again and heads to the wild frontier of Alaska.
Just when Bailey King, the assistant chocolatier in a world-famous New York City chocolate shop is up for a life-changing promotion, her grandfather ends up in the hospital. Bailey rushes to Harvest, Ohio, to help her grandparents and the Amish candy shop they own.
Watch this amazing up-close video of a mama hummingbird feeding her newly hatched baby hummingbirds. Experience nature. Back in 2017, our two cats, Jinx and Josie, suddenly were spending a lot of time in our bedroom window. Imagine our surprise and delight to find a mama hummingbird building a nest in the fuchsia plant. We couldn't believe she would build her nest mere inches from the onlooking cats.
Typically, as a writer, you hear of two different camps regarding the writing process. You're either a Plotter or a Pantser. There is no right or wrong; it's merely a preference in how you like to write. But today, I'd like to put forth a third option to which I have recently become very fond—the Plantser writing process.