reading, writing

Fan Fiction: Do You Read it?

how many people out there really do read fan fiction? Because I have to admit, I am not one of them. But it interests me. Have you ever read Harry Potter fan fiction and what's your thoughts on it?

writing

The Boss Lady Journal now available on Amazon

This is a journal for women who need some empowerment and encouragement in their lives, who need to be reminded just how wonderful they are inside and out. There's space to reflect on your day, your accomplishments, your goals, your dreams, your mistakes, what you've learned, to love on yourself and others, and even a… Continue reading The Boss Lady Journal now available on Amazon

reading, Writer Habits, writing

French Revolution Timeline for my Upcoming Historical Fiction Loosely Inspired by “Beauty and the Beast” (And yes, I’m obsessive and it’s extensive)

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!

reading, writing

Character Inspiration for “Wayfare Angel”

Chronicles of a Supernatural Huntsman is the first book series I ever worked on. I started developing Kamlyn Paige and her band of misfit friends back in 2012 before I knew anything about writing or publishing. Now, this Friday May 8th, I am releasing the fourth book in this supernatural thriller series and I am so excited! To celebrate I created some character profile photos and wanted to share with you what these guys are up to in their latest novel.

self-discovery, Writer Habits, writing

Journaling Through Quarantine

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!