For the sake of accountability, I’m going to be posting my goals on the blog for each month! Here’s my check-in for end of July/beginning of August: July goals: -Pre-schedule social media posts for the month: Check! -Re-write part 1 of Twice Blessed: Nearly check, I might make it by the end of the month… […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Hey there, friends! Chances are if you’re here reading my website you are a fan of fantasy stories featuring magic and complex characters. If so, I have quite the treat for you today! The fantastically talented author, editor, formatter, and digital artist, Emily June Street was kind enough to stop by to discuss her newest […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Welcome back for another author feature! This time around, I’m thrilled to welcome Allison K. Garcia. A licensed professional counselor with a passion for writing, Allison is here to discuss her first novel, Vivir el Dream. Latina at heart, Allison has absorbed the love and culture of her friends, family, and hermanos en Cristo and has used […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Tamara Shoemaker’s writing. She’s a talented writer, perceptive editor, and a fantastic friend. Which is why I could not wait to read her latest book, Unleash the Inferno. The final installment in her Heart of a Dragon trilogy, Unleash the Inferno is (in my opinion) the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
You love the fantasy classics, but are looking for a fresh take on familiar elements Quests, visions, demigods, shape-shifting, a marriage proposal…many of the key plot points in Hex Breaker you’ve seen before. But I can promise you that you’ve never seen them quite like this. According to one amazon reviewer, “Hex Breaker is a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
All right, everyone, truth time. For the first time since this insane journey to publication began, I had a bit of a “moment” the night before release. Until then, even throughout the cover design, editing, formatting, and promoting processes, everything had felt sort of…far away. I knew March 21st was coming closer and closer, but […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Well folks, 2016 is (finally) coming to a close. Every year around this time, I like to reflect back on the last twelve months and try to sum up the year in one word. For me, that word was transition. Between changing jobs, entering into the final portion of my Master’s program, readying my first […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.