Earlier today, after I gave my update about why I wasn’t active yesterday (Read: I Took a Mental Health Day). I wanted to see if I still had ‘it’. It being the good ol’ photoshop skills. This year was to be my year off from working for clients doing book covers
Recently, I came across a post from http://www.ebookandpod.com about A Writer’s Manifesto and became inspired. I highly recommend everyone read it, not just writers and published authors. It reignited me after a few days of feeling down and doubting myself, possibly even quitting the industry altogether. I had, a few
I’m constantly on my Instagram. It wasn’t always like this, but with a beautiful gift of a phone upgrade I have been able to discover a whole new world I never knew about that introduced me to so many wonderful artists! Now, these artists’ styles may not suit you, but
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.
The Official description is: Women in Horror Month (WiHM) is an international, grassroots initiative, which encourages supporters to learn about and showcase the underrepresented work of women in the horror industries. Whether they are on the screen, behind the scenes, or contributing in their other various artistic ways, it is
“From the darkness, the light shall shine” – This is something that I’ve come to believe as a great fuel for my creativity. Many characters in my stories came from something I was working out and I’ve been lucky that I’ve been able to find an avenue that was creative