I have compiled an extensive (and a bit obsessive) timeline of the French Revolution for my upcoming Historical Fiction. It's my first time writing a novel like this so I have not left out a single detail I've come across, not sure what I'm going to use, though I'm sure a ton of it will not make the cut. Enjoy!
COVID-19 quarantine has been in effect for weeks now and if you're anything like me then you're starting to go a little stir crazy, am I right? One fun thing to do that I never really seemed to have time for before is journaling. Weird, since I design journals, but it's true. Life gets in the way. But one of the positives of this quarantine time is that it has forced everyone to slow down and enjoy the little things that normally get pushed to the wayside. But journaling is not only a time filler, it's great for our minds as well!
t almost sounds like an oxymoron doesn't it? How can a Christian woman write zombie fiction? This is something I struggled with since I became a devoted Christian a little over a year ago (which is also why I have not written or published anything since). I prayed a lot about my calling in life. I knew it was writing, but now that I had a new set of beliefs and values, how was that to be integrated into my fiction? Because I was a Christian, could I only write Christian Fiction now? Zombie fiction had been a huge part of my writing since I started back in 2012. How was I supposed to write about such horrors now?
With the first draft finally done of the second book in the Dead Soil series, I put together the eBook cover too! Let me know what you think!
For the last month I have been rereading the Bible cover-to-cover for verses to include in my upcoming nonfiction book "Warrior Princess: Claiming Your Identity in Christ". The book is going to take a look at the dual traits and personalities the Father and Son say we are to be, specifically as women. #WarriorPrincess