We've all been there, at least us writers. We are somewhere between the beginning and the end of a story and find ourselves not wanting to go back. We hover with the taunting blinking icon awaiting those words that never come and we ultimately find ourselves on social media distracting from the story that needs... Continue Reading →
A shipment of art supplies I had been waiting on came in and I just had to dig into it. On my Instagram you can see I've been doodling, but today I finished something I can say I'm proud of.
This book is a shameless plug, but it's a book. Maxwell Demon is the first book in my series The Blasphemer Series. The synopsis is merely the squishing down summarizing of how deep this story goes. When writing it I cried, I laughed, and really enjoyed the process that, for most writers, is never seen,... Continue Reading →
This poet, along with the writer Mary Shelly, was one of the first I'd ever heard about that really stuck with me. I am a big Edgar Allan Poe fan, with HP Lovecraft really being the only one to rival my love of his work. When I began practicing my artistic skills he also became... Continue Reading →
It's pretty easy how to help. Here's a quick list of things you can do to show your support and help your favorite self-published, hybrid, or indie author. You don't have to do all of them or any of them, but here are some good ideas on where to start! Buy their workShare their social... Continue Reading →
This is another first of a trilogy book collection I will recommend today. I have only read this book of the three, but have had plans to buy and read the other two for some time now. I bought this more for my husband, who also enjoyed it, but eventually, I found myself curious after... Continue Reading →
From the outside, one could easily look at the independent and self-publishing community as weird, a big joke, or even bizarre. Through my years of jumping from self-published, to being signed to a small press, and back again I have seen many conflicts arise. Authors/writers becoming upset in a vague post or this person saying... Continue Reading →
If you've not heard of Jack the Ripper at this point my next question is, 'are you living under a rock?' Jack the Ripper killed in London's East End in the late 1800's. The brutality of it all was just the beginning. For years, decades, and longer everyone's wondered who he really was. Of course,... Continue Reading →