Sorcery and Sandstorms, The Weaver’s War, writing

Sorcery and Sandstorms Release Day

It’s here! At last! Hooray! This book has run the rollercoaster of emotions. There has been laughter. Tears. Rage. Love. But it’s here now, for you to enjoy! If you want to pick up a digital copy, this is the place to go. For those who had hard copies already on order, you’ll be hearing… Continue reading Sorcery and Sandstorms Release Day

Sorcery and Sandstorms, The Weaver’s War, writing

When Things Don’t Go According To Plan

Late Friday afternoon, I got an email from Amazon saying that because I hadn’t submitted my manuscript files for Sorcery and Sandstorms, all my pre-orders were cancelled, and anyone who had signed up for a pre-order would be notified of my failure and, therefore, would not receive a copy of the book on launch day.… Continue reading When Things Don’t Go According To Plan

Sorcery and Sandstorms, Sorcery and Stardust, The Weaver’s War, writing

Sorcery and Sandstorms – The Countdown!

It’s official! Sorcery and Sandstorms, the sequel to Sorcery and Stardust, is now available for pre-order on both Amazon and Kobo stores, and will be officially released on June 22, 2020. This story picks up where Sorcery and Stardust left off, and was an absolute delight to write. When I first started this series I… Continue reading Sorcery and Sandstorms – The Countdown!

Tobias’ Spark, writing

Tobias’ Spark Release Day

The day is finally here! Tobias' Spark, Book Two of the Kin Chronicles, is officially available for purchase. This next installment in the journey is an absolute roller coaster and I cannot wait for everyone to read it. Details below! Embrace the lightning... or be destroyed by the storm. With the chaotic hormones of transition… Continue reading Tobias’ Spark Release Day

Sorcery and Stardust, The Weaver’s War, writing

Out With The Old, In With The New

Even though it’s only six or so months old, I decided to update the cover for Sorcery and Stardust. As much as I adore art, I struggle with my own, and given this was the first book cover I’d ever completed I was both proud and disappointed with the result.Proud, because I did it; disappointed… Continue reading Out With The Old, In With The New

Rambling, writing

NanoWriMo Wrap-Up

Well, that's it! November is well and truly over and with it, NanoWriMo. I'll admit now, I was pleasantly surprised at the results. I went into the project thinking 50,000 words in a month was probably doable, but it's also coming into that time of year when things start to go a little haywire -… Continue reading NanoWriMo Wrap-Up

Aislinn’s Shadow, writing

Counting Down

Can you believe it's only five days to go until the release of Aislinn's Shadow? I am super excited to share this story with everyone at long last! If you've been watching my facebook, I shared a sneak peek of what the print version's cover will look like, but if you missed it, here it… Continue reading Counting Down

Rambling

NaNoWriMo 2019

For those of you who don't know, NaNoWriMo is short for 'National Novel Writing Month.' It's where, for the month of November, participants attempt to produce 50,000 words worth of novel manuscript. They share their progress and experiences on the website, and have the opportunity to connect, encourage and share with like minded people from… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2019

Aislinn’s Shadow, The Kin Chronicles, writing

Aislinn’s Shadow Pre-Order and Release Date

I am so excited to announce that Aislinn's Shadow is now available on the Kindle store for pre-order! (Click here.) The official release date is November 22, 2019. I will also be offering Aislinn's Shadow across other ebook platforms (Kobo, Barnes and Noble, etc) and as a hard copy. I'll update accordingly as these get… Continue reading Aislinn’s Shadow Pre-Order and Release Date

Dante, writing

Father’s Day

“Do I smell bacon?” I looked up from the pan and directly into a pair of indigo eyes, blinking at me from inside my white kitchen tiles. “Yes,” I said, then lowered my spatula in warning. “But it’s not for you.” The rest of Dante’s face emerged from the tiling, his lips pulled into what… Continue reading Father’s Day