Friends, Phoenix Fiction Writers' Antihero anthology came out two days ago! It's been a weekend full of celebration: Livestream parties on Facebook and Youtube, sweet roll baking, boba tea, and The Crimes of Grindelwald (and, of course, writing, because it's still NaNoWriMo). I finished reading all of the short stories in this anthology on Friday, the day … Continue reading Featured Story: The Wolf at the Door
Hello, lovely people! This is going to be a short post, because it's NaNoWriMo and trying to reach 50,000 words this month has me like: But I HAD to share with you about what's coming, because I'm thrilled that it's finally time for the Phoenix Fiction Antiheroes Anthology to come out! The 7 Phoenix Fiction … Continue reading Antiheroes Anthology Update
I would do a clever opening, but NanoWrimo just started, so I'll cut right to the chase for all our sake. General Disclaimer: While I love grammar, I'm also new at learning it. I will do my best to explain things correctly. If you find that I've misunderstood or misrepresented something, please share that in … Continue reading The Basics: Verbs, Adverbs, and Prepositions
There is so much exciting news recently! In addition to all the short stories I've been working on, including the Steward Stories collection and "The Word Thrower," which is for the Phoenix Fiction Writers' upcoming anthology, I'm also picking up book 2 of The Firstborn's Legacy (TFL) saga again. I have a complete first draft of this … Continue reading Cover Reveal: The Steward’s Apprentice
I have the great honor of being part of Phoenix Fiction Writers, a group of indie authors who write fantasy and science fiction. These are some of my absolute favorite authors who write incredible stories, so I'm incredibly thankful to be part of this group. For several months now, we have been working hard on a … Continue reading Short Story Announcement: The Word Thrower
I love reading, and I enjoy a lot of books. Every so often, though, I run into a book or series that stands above the rest, that sucks me in and draws me fully into another world. Kyle Robert Shultz's Beaumont and Beasley series is just such a series, and I'm honestly surprised that I haven't … Continue reading Featured Books: The Beaumont and Beasley Series
Child of the Kaites has its first 10 reviews! I’m incredibly thankful for everyone who has read this book, and amazed with gratitude that so many have taken the time to leave reviews. As a token of my appreciation, CotK is on sale for just .99 this weekend. Starting today, get your copy here: amzn.to/2CcfCLp … Continue reading Child of the Kaites E-book Sale!
Happy October 1st! It's the time of pumpkins, tea, sweaters, and fun--all of which are, coincidentally, nouns. That's right, folks, today we're starting at the very beginning. Before we can get to the really fun parts of grammar, first we have to make sure we're all using the same language. For the first couple posts, … Continue reading The Basics: Nouns, Articles, and Pronouns
Here's a poem that came to me recently.
Did you have an imaginary friend when you were little? Have you ever felt like you didn't quite fit in? If so, The Girl Who Could See is the perfect book for you. This was one of the first indie (independent author) books I read, and I'm so glad it was part of my introduction to … Continue reading Book Rec: The Girl Who Could See