Book News: From Ashes to Magic Release Day!

After months of work, From Ashes to Magic has finally been released to the world. I could not be more excited! The From Ashes to Magic ebook is currently available on Amazon.com, and still for $.99, so snatch it up at this price while you can! http://bit.ly/2plnLJ9 Firstly, I would like to thank Mikki Noble … Continue reading Book News: From Ashes to Magic Release Day!

From Ashes to Magic: Deleted Scene

In celebration for From Ashes to Magic's release this upcoming Monday, I decided to dive into my files. Much to my joy, I found several deleted scenes from my short story in From Ashes to Magic, Life and Death. After going though them, I settled on my favorite bit that didn't make it to the … Continue reading From Ashes to Magic: Deleted Scene

Meet the Creator: Marie Malo

For the second interview, I'd like to chat with Marie Malo, a fellow writer I met in, you guessed it, a coffee shop. Where are you from or where do you live? From Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada. Lived in USA since '96, in various Midwest locations. Off the top of your head, what is your … Continue reading Meet the Creator: Marie Malo

Meet the Creator: Kate Tomas

Welcome to the first in a new series of posts: Meet the Creator. Here I'll be chatting with writers about their work, both published and unpublished creators alike. I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do. For the first interview, I'll be chatting with a fellow writer and close friend of mine, … Continue reading Meet the Creator: Kate Tomas

Writing: a Poem

There's this bursting behind by my eyes. All I can do is write. My chest aches from the almost creative mania. All I can't do is write. My thoughts, my dreams... they ride on this. All I can't do is write. If I don't do this, how will I ever do anything else. All I … Continue reading Writing: a Poem

Dear Depression

Dear Depression, I gave away all of the good parts of me to others in order to feel like you weren't all that I was. I didn't talk to anyone about you; I just bled into my journal. I tried for so long to rescue everyone that I could touch to not feel you for … Continue reading Dear Depression

Stories of My Scribblings: On Writing and Mental Health

TRIGGER WARNING: If you're triggered by talk of Bipolar Disorder, binge-eating, or overworking, please skip this post. Dishes, laundry, and getting elbow-deep in the toilet. Staring at the wall and contemplating my existence seemed better than opening my word doc and getting to work on my manuscript. Sometime in early-mid 2018, I prepared to undertake … Continue reading Stories of My Scribblings: On Writing and Mental Health

Dreamy Book Cover Tag

Tiana from The Book Raven came up with the  Dreamy Book Cover Tag and I couldn't resist doing it.  I'm going to use the books that I've read this year for this challenge.  I'm tagging jenacidebybibliophile, A Whisper of Ink, and conquerorofworlds to complete this tag.  I hope you enjoy this! The Rules:  1. Thank the … Continue reading Dreamy Book Cover Tag

Quarterly Writing Goals: October, November, and December 2017

The last few months have been hectic to say the least.  Work, writing, and whatnot have dominated any free time I have had, but now I'm getting back into a working schedule (as opposed to the chaotic mess of before).  Of course, I'm in the midst of writing the second book of a five-book series, … Continue reading Quarterly Writing Goals: October, November, and December 2017

Quarterly Writing Goals: July, August, and September 2017

Three months ago, I came up with a list of goals for the second quarter of the year.  They were to update this blog regularly, finish planning the second book in my 5-book series, finish typing the first book, to finish a short story I've been working on for ages, and to keep reading.  I … Continue reading Quarterly Writing Goals: July, August, and September 2017