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Why You Should Buy Voices of the Future: Stories of Courage & Compassion

As you know, I am soon launching an anthology with the Author Conservatory … Voices of the Future: Stories of Courage & Compassion. And, well, of course I think you should buy it! However, I do realize that a part of you is probably going, “Well, why should I?” Let me tell you why! But […]

In Which Denial is Just a River, Really {2021 Wrapup & 2022 Goals}

Dear 2021, First of all, how dare you? Okay, but more seriously … I AM IN DENIAL. IT IS NOT 2022! I always feel a little gobsmacked by the new year, but this time, it feels doubly so. 2021 was a wild year. Like, I always say that, but this time, it is so true. […]

Why Authors Shouldn’t Mention Their Negative Reviews

I know people have discussed this before. However, this is such a big pet peeve with me that I want to talk about it—and it should be a big pet peeve with anyone who has ever read, written, bought, or sold a book. Reviews. Reviews are something authors want to have and readers can be […]

May 2019 Dares

Well, it’s our May 2019 Dares! Eesh. April was another fly-by month. Please tell me things start slowing down at some point? Maybe in Heaven? I hope Heaven is ridiculously slow. But yep, between broken-down computers, Easter, birthdays and birthday parties, friends, and more … it’s been wild. May will be just as wild … […]

April 2019 Dares

HELLLLLLOOOO! March hit me hard. Like, really hard. And I have a ton of catchup. But let’s take some time to write a quick recap even though I’m dead inside. On a sidenote, CAMP NANO IS HERE! And I am so excited! I changed my project Monday to finishing up the Kees & Colliers series […]

Who Won Kell’s 1K Contest?

Heyyyyyy, y’all! I’ve been crazy busy! *making up excuses for not getting stuff done* #likeapro #afakepro So yep, I went ahead and skipped this last week both because I was exhausted, sick (feverish symptoms? Might just be girl stuff, but who knows), and I had a bunch of stuff to do. Also, last week basically […]

September 2018 Dares

Guess who totally forgot about her monthly dares until just now? (I’ll give you a hint: it wasn’t you.) It has been a very busy month thus far, between setting up Reveries Co., editing, writing, and planning (lottttsss of planning!), and some things have just slipped through the cracks! However, here I am with my […]

August 2018 Dares (At Long Last!)

Apparently 9 is also too late for me to be writer-ing blog posts? That graphic is my mind spilled out onto Canva. ? Yes. Yes, we are still doing this. The Dares shall not end. They were just … temporarily … delayed. I guess. For this post, I’ll just briefly recap what all happened in May and […]

A Defense of Honor by Kristi Ann Hunter

I LOVED Kristi Ann Hunter’s A Defense of Honor! But before I get into my ranting, fangirling review (I’m trying to keep it minimal, don’t worry), I’ll talk briefly about … CAMP NANO BEING OVER! Guess what? I went over my goal of 60,000 at 76,441! (Just so you know, ~30K of those were Before […]

Miss Serena’s Secret by Carolyn Miller (+ The Reveries Reader Group!)

Today we have a review of one of the most confusing books I have ever read, Miss Serena’s Secret. I loved it and hated it and loved it. However, I’ve attempted to organize my thoughts in time to post this review on the US release day! Huzzah! Now before we go any further, let me […]

25 Spoiler-Free Facts About At Her Fingertips

Last year, I posted 25 Spoiler-Free Facts About The Dressmaker’s Secret and Ivy Introspective. Now it’s time for 25 Spoiler-Free Facts about my most recent novel, At Her Fingertips. *super excited* *jumps up and down* *spins in a circle* Hopefully you’ll enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them! Towards the end of this post there’s […]