As soon as October 1st hits, I dive right into spooky season. Oh, who am I kidding? As soon as the Fall Equinox hits, I dive right into spooky season. There are those who try to cling on to summer for as long as they possibly can, and I admit with absolutely no regret that … Continue reading My Top 10 Spooky/Witchy Reads for the Halloween Season
I started writing SW in April of 2016, and right from the very first line, I thought "What would the cover of my book look like?" That was three years ago, and now, I can finally present the cover of my first book baby to the world! I knew I wanted some sort of character … Continue reading SOMETHING WICKED COVER REVEAL!
I just came back from Paris. Well, not really. I did, however, just finish a book that took place in Paris, and the descriptions of the city, of the atmosphere, were so vivid, I felt like I was there. So, it is kind of the same thing, right? To anyone that has actually been to … Continue reading Paris is Always a Good Idea
When I first announced that my debut novel, Something Wicked (to be called SW, henceforth. I have always wanted the chance to refer to my book with an acronym) was going to be published, I was met with an endless stream of questions. And I am sure most novelists, whether they are debut novelists or … Continue reading Why Witches?
Do you remember that time period, roughly fifteen years ago, when vampires were everywhere? I am going to take you back to the novel that started it all, Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight. In 2005, we met sullen and somber Isabella “Bella” Swan (admittedly, she was never one of my favorite protagonists) and the glittery, … Continue reading Guess Who’s Back?
I believe the hardest thing about starting any kind of writing piece is knowing where to begin. When I write creative stories, I always try to make my first line something that will most definitely catch the reader’s eye. That might not sound difficult to some people, but I have an easier time plotting an … Continue reading To Blog or Not to Blog?