The past month and a half have been a whirlwind of emotions and unfortunate events that I still haven't fully processed. I don't do well with stress and tend to bury it in an effort to keep going with the daily responsibilities of life, which eventually leads to burn out. What can I say, that's… Continue reading Patience and Prey | Sprite Story Update
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The Price of Protection | Sprites Only
What happens when Amira is caught after dark... with an entire backpack full of illegally traded goods? Become a member to find out. It's $3 a month and you get between 1-4 short stories each month.
Add A Little Spice | Daughters Update
After over a year, we return for the next chapter of Daughters of Sugar and Ash. Follow Ari, the chaos pixie, on her investigative adventure.
All Bets Are Off
Everything can change in an instant with the right motivation and universal string-pulling.
Oops, I’m back
It's been nearly a year since my last post and I have some explaining to do. If you've been a follower on Twitter, you know the last year has been a wild ride. If not, let me break it down for you per month. January 2022: I was stressed about finding a house that fit… Continue reading Oops, I’m back
Author Spotlight: Sonia Palermo
Valentine's Day may be over, but that doesn't mean romance is dead. If you had any doubts, buckle up. I got to talk to Sonia Palermo about her debut novel Hot Girl Summer and all things romance! Your debut novel is coming out next month. What's been the most difficult part of marketing your first… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Sonia Palermo
Dear Indie Author
I need you to know that I support you with every fiber of my being. I believe in your ability to learn with each new book you publish, to grow your audience, and to progressively improve upon your craft. I know you'll push through the rough days where you think, brain no work-y, words no… Continue reading Dear Indie Author
Scammers in the Writing Community
One of the cool parts about being a writer these days is how accessible publishing is. You can easily format your book, pick cover art, and boom! Published! However, there's a discussion to be had about those in the community using their following to sell their books that are mislabeled and falsely advertised. For example,… Continue reading Scammers in the Writing Community
The Little Door [review]
Who doesn't love a good fantasy where a character from our world gets dropped into a completely foreign place with unrecognizable creatures and beings? The Little Door by Stormy Lyn is exactly that and so much more. Amidst her parents divorce, Rose is sent off to her grandparents place, the setting of her first ever… Continue reading The Little Door [review]
Your Book is Bad
This post contains a very controversial opinion but I stand by it. My life motto is: I said what I said, and I said it with my chest. So here we go: I'm very picky when it comes to the books I spend my time on. If I don't like the blurb on the back,… Continue reading Your Book is Bad