Netflix's new series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo is making waves. Weird ones. Ones that shouldn't have become waves-- waves made of all the wrong reasons. Based on Kondo's book The Art of Tidying Up, the series helps people declutter their homes-- and lives-- from items that don't "spark joy." When Kondo made the comment... Continue Reading →
Never bargain with goblin men. Scarlette Rossetti thought her stay at Strawberry Hill Castle during the Christmas holiday would pass by uneventfully. She couldn't have been more wrong. Enticed by the delights of the nearby village of Twickenham, Scarlette's life would change in unimaginable ways. She never expected to be drawn magnetically to The Two... Continue Reading →
What do you get when you mix mystery and speculative fiction, then toss in the holidays for good measure? A mobster Santa, genetic hanky-panky, Victorian villages, time-travelling detectives, Krampus, eerie bell spirits, and more–this collection of short cross-genre fiction is the perfect counterpoint to traditional holiday reading! This collection stars four authors, each with their... Continue Reading →
THREE BROTHERS. A POWERFUL KINGDOM. A SECRET THAT COULD DESTROY IT ALL. As the exemplary son of the Dark King of the Winter Court, and next in line for the crown, Kyr Gaerrath has devoted the last seven thousand years of his life, to becoming the implacable ruler his king demands of him. Commanding the... Continue Reading →
Happy National Book Lovers Day! Today, I'd like to share some of my favorite quotes about books, reading, and literature itself, to celebrate!
Hello ladies and gents- how's 2018 treating you? Me? I am alive, and have an itchy writing finger. It's like a trigger finger, you kno-- Okay, yep, it sounded weird. Anyway. I'm compiling my TBR list for the year, and I wanted to share what I've got so far, and see what YOU have! I've... Continue Reading →
This past week, I've been sunk into a book a little bit out of my realm: The Hunter's Daughter, by M.F. Lorson, and I'm so glad I took the plunge; it's a great book that steers clear of your traditional YA shenanigans in favor of a raw, real story. Here's the official blurb: In the... Continue Reading →
My first author event was awesome. Seriously. It was magical. Also, they fed me turkey. AND I MEAN, THAT'S HOW YOU GET TO MY HEART. I got to talk to so many different people and get my story out there, all while sharing in their stories too. I set a sales goal for myself, and... Continue Reading →