I just stayed up waaay too late finishing this book. Even though I was tired, even though I had work in the morning. I couldn’t put it down. I either … Continue reading Book Review: The Girls at the Kingfisher Club
Every year a bunch of crazy writers get together to celebrate their mutual craziness. We call it Realm Makers. At this conference they also learn how to be even crazier. … Continue reading The Fantastic Realmies (and books)
Whether or not you like Shakespeare, you have to admit that he wrote some great lines. Gems like; “To be, or not to be: that is the question.” “Frailty, thy … Continue reading The Death of Hamlet (and why I cared)
No, I am not freaking out. Why do you ask? I am definitely not wondering how on earth I am ever going to read all the books I want to … Continue reading Life is Short, Time is Valuable, and There are too Many Books!
I think Goodreads is about to despair of me. I forget to add books that I am reading. So I am often playing catch up. Or there will be books … Continue reading Book Review: Belinda
This is a poem I wrote a while back. I wrote it with the light of Christ in mind. It shows how deep I can get in my own despair … Continue reading A Light for the Dark
Here I am once again interrupting your Saturday. How rude of me. But I promise that this is for a good reason! I am here to chat about a beautiful … Continue reading Introducing Fairy Tale Central
It’s here!!! The Fantastic and the Wondrous is now live! You can buy it on Amazon at the very low price of $0.99 dollars! (sorry guys, I couldn’t make it … Continue reading I Made It!
Interrupting your regularly scheduled Saturday to bring you an important announcement. The Fantastic and the Wondrous is coming out in five days! Five days people! That is less than a … Continue reading Interruptions and Blurbs
I’m so smart. Why else would I enlist my sister to do the hard work of creating a cover for me? Since I am so smart, it makes total sense … Continue reading Cover Reveal!
I suppose it makes sense that I would be a writer. After all, I read stories, dream stories, critique stories. So why not create them too? Thus said my little … Continue reading Writer to Author