The Storywell – Cadenza

Ah, I see you have returned for the continuation of the Storywell adventure! This week we’re getting to know Cadenza, one of my personal favorite characters. (Just don’t tell the others.) She’s tall, flame-haired, and freckled, with sharp gray eyes and an even sharper tongue. I have attempted many times to draw Cadenza, and moreContinue reading “The Storywell – Cadenza”

The Storywell – Brynna Sparrow

Welcome back to the Storywell, where I as an author can jump into the pages of my books and interrogate my characters! Today I venture back into the world of Reimira, this time to visit a precious charrie called Brynna Sparrow. No, she is not the long lost daughter of Jack Sparrow (that would beContinue reading “The Storywell – Brynna Sparrow”

The Menacing World of Marketing (+ Important Announcement!)

I discuss my marketing strategies and make an important announcement!

Farewell, 2020! + End of the Year Book Tag

Well, everyone, it’s time to say goodbye to 2020. I’m sure a lot of you are saying “good riddance,” but I will look back on this year with more fondness than disdain. I had a lot of wonderful experiences in 2020. In January, I attended a conference with a lot of speakers whom I haveContinue reading “Farewell, 2020! + End of the Year Book Tag”

By Faith Noah Built an Ark /// Ark Encounter Trip (Part 1)

Greetings, friends! I don’t get out much, especially not now with the pandemic and all. That’s why I was so shocked when I learned that my family was going on a trip to visit the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum. Who in their right mind would travel at a time like this?! I could catch aContinue reading “By Faith Noah Built an Ark /// Ark Encounter Trip (Part 1)”

A Reader’s Guide to the Silmarillion /// Part Nine

Greetings, Lightbringers! I present to you part nine of my “Reader’s Guide” series. This week, we’re reviewing chapters 20-21 of The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien. We will learn of Nirnaeth Arnoediad, the Battle of Unnumbered Tears, and a bit about the unfortunate Túrin Turambar, whose story is one of the most tragic in the entireContinue reading “A Reader’s Guide to the Silmarillion /// Part Nine”

When Am I Going to Publish My Book? (Project Update)

There are a lot of questions I ask myself every day. What am I going to eat for breakfast? (Usually cereal or yogurt with berries.) What should I do today? (Definitely something productive, right? That’s always the hope.) Why is my cat meowing for someone to pet him again? (He’s just a crybaby, I suppose.)Continue reading “When Am I Going to Publish My Book? (Project Update)”

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