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The 1K Contest, Kind, and Reveries Co. {3 Important Updates}

Today I’m going to talk about Kind and other updates. (Kind isn’t the main thing, but given that I’m PUBLISHING A BOOK, I figured it deserved first billing.) But yes, there are other things I have to talk about – and, as the title indicates, those two thinks are a 1K Contest (which you’re totally […]

Goldfish Secrets Is Launched! (+announcements)

Guess what? Goldfish Secrets is officially launched! You can now purchase it on the following online stores. So what? say you. Well, there’s a giveaway that everyone can enter, and of course y’all should just be glad that I published a new novel. *gives you a weird look* *because you obviously don’t care about me* […]

Flowers is Published!

That’s right! The short story sequel to The Lady of the Vineyard, Flowers, is now published on Amazon Kindle! You can read more about Flowers on my website. I made a whole page for it and everything. 😛 By the way, my website was recently redone by Mukta of Design Pique Studios. It is absolutely […]

How 2017 Went

Hey there! It’s almost 2018! *much excitement/confusion/anticipation* Can you believe it? I sure can’t. It seemed like only yesterday I was doing that stupid video about New Year’s Resolutions that was super boring. By the way, ‘Remembrance Day’ is apparently sort of the British ‘Veteran’s Day.’ Which makes that one British book I read called […]

As In Olden Days by Jesseca Wheaton

Title: As in Olden Days Author: Jesseca Wheaton Series: Questions of War, 0.5 Genre: Christian Historical Short Story (@Christmas) Era: late 1940s Setting: Kansas Publisher: Jesseca Wheaton Source: from author (in exchange for honest review) Overall Rating: 4.5/5 stars As in Olden Days by Jesseca Wheaton The short story prequel to the Questions of War series, […]

Nyssa Glass and the Caper Crisis by H.L. Burke

Title: Nyssa Glass and the Caper Crisis Series: Nyssa Glass, #0.5 Author: H.L. Burke Genre: steampunk (science fiction) Age Range: upper middle grade/young adult Overall Rating: 4 stars Nyssa Glass and the Caper Crisis by H.L. Burke Orphaned cat burglar Nyssa Glass intends to outwit her rotten fate. “Adopted” by her incarcerated uncle’s gang of thieves, […]

Flowers, Part 4

Before you read this, you must promise not to hate any of the characters. Well, not much. You can hate them a little … but you can’t hate the story. Hating the story is decidedly not allowed. It’s off limits. Don’t even think about it. As you can see, I’m testing out the ‘featured image’ […]

Flowers, Part 3

Well, ladies and gents, it’s time for part three of my fantastical short story, Flowers. Are you excited? No? Well … I am. *pouts* I can’t believe you don’t like my book … Oh, you were just teasing? *wipes brow* Whew. I was worried for a minute that you all secretly hating me and were […]

In Which I Humiliate Myself

Since you all seem to like me, I decided that should change. How am I going to go about changing that? Well, I’m going to post a lot of random excerpts from books I wrote … years ago. For this, I have to go here: Yep. The file folder “No Longer in Use.” *lightning, thunder, […]

Dares for October 2016

Well. I can’t believe September is over already! That went by in the flash. 😛 Well, let’s see how I did this September! 🙂 Dares for September 2016 Reading Read five books. Check! I think I read … eight? And those are only the ones I remembered to mark on Goodreads … that weren’t for […]

Letter of Love by Amanda Tero

Title: Letter of Love Author: Amanda Tero Series: Orphan Journeys, #2 Genre: Christian Historical Fiction Age-Range: middle grade/young adult Era: 1902 Setting: United States Publisher: Amanda Tero Source: author Rating: 4.5/5 stars. Not my favorite plotline (I know the author had to do it, but WHY?!!!), but it was still marvelous. Content: 1/5. It’s perfectly […]

Updates: The Lady of the Vineyard and Ivy Introspective

Hello friends (and … random people I don’t know … and … I just made your presence awkward … well,  I guess you can stay anyway *sigh*)! Today I’m going to ramble on about my novels considerably, so … you’ve been warned. Let’s start with Ivy Introspective, because … well, I just want to. I have […]