reading, writing

Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman Books are now available in signed Hardcovers

It's taken me a while to put together, but I'm happy to announce that now ALL of the Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman books are available in hardcover copy! And if you purchase these from this website you will receive them signed by the author at a 10% discount from Amazon's prices (discount shipping, too!). Buy your beautiful, long lasting copies of this epic YA Fantasy today by visiting the 10% store on this site or clicking the button below to find the books on Amazon.

Christian, writing

Cover Reveal & Pre Order: My Little Island Life

I am so excited for this one. The cover is beautiful (in my totally unbiased opinion, lol) and the story is one that I have been wanting to tell for a very long time. Based on true events from my own life, writing this was like writing in my diary again. It's very personal, ugly, and embarrassing, but it's a story that needs to be told. It's my testimony, and my first dabble into faith-based fiction.


Being a Mood Reader

I just realized that I am a mood reader. Not only that, but I took it to the extreme. I am a mood everything-er! But I was able, with some deep reflective thought, to pinpoint where these moods were driven from. This give me an advantage. No longer do I have to feel I am difficult or whishy-washy or jumping from one thing to the next. I can hedge my moods because I can predict them now. I am a seasonal mood reader! (and everything-er)

book reviews, reading

Book Review: “The Invincible Miss Cust” by Penny Haw

I am always on the lookout for horsey books that don't feel too juvenile, which is an area literature is hugely lacking in if I do say so myself. That's why I was so excited to stumble upon "The Invincible Miss Cust" in my Bookbub newsletter. It was under a historical novel sale, which is also right up my alley. It follows the life from childhood until the end of Miss Aleen Cust, the first woman veterinarian of Great Britain and Ireland.

book reviews, reading

Book Review: Never Never by Serena Valentino

The more I read this series the more I like it and realize just how much planning and thought went into it. Each book ties into the next, culminating in the story of the Odd Sisters and how each of the villain's stories are a part of their own fairy tale book where they write the fate of the villains.